Peterson gives us an account of his daughter’s dream. The real-life context is that she is the older sister of one-and-a-half-year-old brother, and still sees him as a baby, even though he can now walk around and use broken language. I can’t remember either of their names, and so I shall call them Matt and… Continue reading Maps of Meaning, discussion – Part 6b, Dream Analysis
Myths ― and the idea of them As I argued a few weeks ago, the material world definitely exists. The material seems concrete to us, and it exists in the most agreeable sense of the word. We are all aware that there is a deeper sense to this, and that the material is simply mind-driven… Continue reading Is it the Best Myth for the Goal?
A friend of mine is a much more outspoken sceptic than I am. He spends his day around people with beliefs so unbelievable that I simply don't believe it is worth the energy debunking them: homeopathy, moon farming, healing crystals, psychic counselling... trust me, the list goes on. Said friend will always explain to these… Continue reading Science is Ruthless
When you want to know whether something exists, it matters what that thing is. The Chupacabra is a mythical predator which exists in South America. I should clarify that the legend claims it lives in South America, I don’t believe it exists at all. People blame the Chupacabra for many attacks on livestock. On Youtube there are… Continue reading What is the Chupacabra? (Why it’s important to define what you’re looking for)
I, in total, have 6 younger siblings. In the following story I am going to talk about the same sibling I talked about here. In part I want to tell you what I, as an atheist, say to my younger and impressionable family members with regard to the sensitive issue of religion. And this story… Continue reading Atheists, Easter, Family and another mention for a smallest sibling