Jung

Nietzsche and the Übermensch

In Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Nietzsche – like many other great authors before (and after) him – creates a character through which he can “explore” ideas, through which he can communicate directly from mind you might say. Plato was the master at this… Read More ›

The Science of Being

There is a science which studies Being qua Being, and the properties inherent in it in virtue of its own nature. This science is not the same as any of the so-called particular sciences, for none of the others contemplates… Read More ›

What is the nature of Being?

Aristotle’s philosophy, his metaphysics at least, is underpinned by his notion of being (óntōs), and the study of that which constitutes said being, being qua being as it is typically referred to in the Western philosophical tradition. It is from… Read More ›

The Bridge (aka the Valdez)

Somewhat reluctantly, it must be recognized that some sort of broad philosophical context must be established for the work at hand – Homo Mysticus and Theology Reconsidered taken as a tandem as it were, re-establishing the boundaries of Science and extending the… Read More ›

The Great Transformation

Ego is an interesting thing An artifact of the mind Created by Freud At the beginning of the 20th century To describe one of the tripartite aspects Of the mental sheath of man Which governs and drives our behavior And… Read More ›