- Aristotle, Nagarjuna and the Law of Non-Contradiction in Buddhist Philosophy
- The Marketing of Philosophy – A Preliminary Report
- Introduction to the Blog
- Is Metaphysics a Waste of Time?
- Is Metaphysics Difficult?
- The Metaphysics of Consciousness
- Exploring Connections: Music, Cosmology and Mathematics
- From Metaphysics to Mysticism
- The Continuum East and West
- The Metaphysics of the Grail
- Metaphysics in a Nutshell: A Lazy Philosopher’s Guide
- The Perversity of Materialism
- Selected Bibliography and Recommendations
- Do We Regularly Make a Mistake in Metaphysics?
- Relevant and Recommended Links
- The Missing Ingredient: An Anachronistic Discussion of Consciousness
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Many years ago, aged about sixteen, I found an old cassette tape (those were the days) and put it on for a listen just to see if I could wipe it and reuse it. What I heard nearly blew my … Continue reading
Here are some remarks on death and consciousness. I am a big fan of Erwin Schrodinger so he gets the limelight, but he says nothing different from the others. The joy of mysticism is that everybody agrees on the main points. This is the … Continue reading
Hadrat ‘Abdul-Qadir al Jilani (b. 470 AH, 1077-78 CE) is usually considered the greatest example of the fact that in Islam to seek knowledge is a sacred obligation for all men and women, from the cradle to the grave. The … Continue reading