Monthly Archives: February 2019

Happy Twentieth! On Epicurean Economics

Happy 20th to Epicureans everywhere! This month we celebrated 10 years of the GARDEN OF ATHENS: Celebration of a Decade of Pleasure, and the PEL podcast published their follow-up to the Lucretius episode (which focused on the physics), titled Epicurus on Seeking … Continue reading

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“No Redeemer Liveth”: Comparing Christianity, Islam and Satanism

No burdened soul can carry the burden of another. – Qur’an 35:18 On the issue of personal responsibility, the Qur’an seems at least on one account superior to the New Testament: there is no atonement by the blood of Jesus. No one must sacrifice … Continue reading

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Enemy Mine: Still a Sci-Fi Classic!

To most people who are living and watching media in the 21st Century–particularly the CGI we often find in sci-fi–a movie from the mid ’80s will seem, well, old and low-budget. But there are classics that are timeless, like the first … Continue reading

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