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Lucretius’ Venus

The following is a continuation of the book review of Thomas Nail’s Ontology of Motion. Many philosophical and humanist traditions refer to ancient myths to impart their teachings. Jung employed Wotan. Existentialists employed Sisyphus. Rand employed Atlas. Epicurean mythography has always revolved around … Continue reading

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Eighth Taoist Contemplation: The Landscape of the Soul

One of the beauties of Taoist naturalism is that we encounter the meaning-endowing sacred within nature, which is of course rich in imagery. Lao-Tse fashions a meaning-endowing landscape of the soul and uses it to articulate his philosophical insights. In … Continue reading

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