Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Tao of Lucretius

The following is part of my book review of Thomas Nail’s Ontology of Motion. The author also claims that space is the by-product of quantum fields, but doesn’t link the idea to Lucretius. In page 90, he says “bodies and void are … Continue reading

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Ontology of Motion Versus the Epistle to Herodotus

The following is part of my book review of Thomas Nail’s Ontology of Motion. The atoms are in continual motion through all eternity. – Epicurus’ Epistle to Herodotus We do not have all the works of Epicurus, particularly his dozens … Continue reading

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Intro to Book Review of Ontology of Motion: On the Subject of Definitions

Ontology of Motion, by Thomas Nail, is–among other things–a fully theory on the nature of things, It’s also a much-needed work of exegesis of De Rerum Natura in service of a fully immanent materialist and scientific cosmology. It’s also a re-interpretation of Lucretius, … Continue reading

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Cassava pasta in a Thai Green Curry

My neighbor has recently taken an interest in the Paleo diet. This has led to his exploring the use of cassava to make bread and pasta. Here is a previous blog I wrote about cultural and culinary notes on cassava. Almost … Continue reading

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