Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 6a, The Emergence of Anomaly

Even if the book has more than 10 hours left, I can feel my mind starting to wrap it up. Maybe it’s because Peterson has already said “and this will be the focus of the rest of this audiobook”, or words to that effect, or perhaps it’s because it just feels like it’s on repeat.… Continue reading Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 6a, The Emergence of Anomaly

Killing Itself Softly with Its Words: why religion may kill itself

Recently, on a journey back from Bournemouth—where I shall soon be living as a Geography teacher—I missed a connecting train journey and as a result met a small group of people who managed to convince me that religion will die. And it will die very soon. I caught a train from Bournemouth to Dorchester, to… Continue reading Killing Itself Softly with Its Words: why religion may kill itself