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The Zamenhofs’ (Misplaced) Faith

LL Zamenhof is the inventor of the most successful artificial tongue on Earth: the international auxiliary language of Esperanto, the same one which has become a viral cultural artifact now in the age of Duolingo–where it is approaching half a million … Continue reading

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Christianity Without God

I recently read a book titled as above, only to realize that there is another, more recent book with an identical name written by Daniel Maguire. For the record, the book I got a hold of was the one by … Continue reading

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How Religion is Bad for Ataraxia

Among the many, ehem, curiosities that emerged from the Supreme Court’s decision on gay marriage, I stumbled upon a crazy Christian lady who posted a hysterical yelling and crying video on facebook saying that Obama is a radical Islamist (because everyone knows … Continue reading

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Reasonings on Thus Spake Zarathustra

Nietzsche’s Zoroaster, the Atheistic Prophet  When Zarathustra was alone, however, he said to his heart: “Could it be possible! This old saint in the forest hath not yet heard of it, that God is dead!” – Thus Spake Zarathustra Why … Continue reading

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Review of The Painting

Most anime, except for maybe a handful (Kaeena, Princess Menonoke, Spirited Away), generally gets indifference from me. Unlike in the Japanese tradition (where animation is for adults), here in the West animated films tend to attract a younger audience and … Continue reading

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In Defense of Seneca’s Adage

Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful. – Seneca The public discourse on the role of religion in our daily lives too often lacks the voice of … Continue reading

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