This blog is about wisdom, morality, cognitive science, religion, and how discursive reason is impotent to secure for us ultimate well-being and meaning in life. It’s also a blog about what I’m reading, and what I think about what I’m reading. The style of writing slides between broadly conversational on the one hand, and narrowly technical on the other. NB: the entries on this blog vary widely in quality because, well, it’s a blog.

“Happy is a man who finds wisdom and who acquires understanding.” – Prov. 3:13

“[Test] everything. Hold on to what is good.” – 1 Thess. 5:21

“For with much wisdom is much sorrow; as knowledge increases, grief increases.” – Eccles. 1:18

“Metaphysics is the finding of bad reasons for what we believe upon instinct.” – F.H. Bradley

“Somehow or other no statement is too absurd for some philosopher to make.” – Cicero