Reflection on the what ‘Michael Jackson’ represented.
Quotation from Adorno’s Negative Dialectics.
An Adornian interpretation of emoticons.
Considering the dynamics of pride with Simone Weil.
On what singles ads can tell us about love and the soul.
How Bond makes truth appear false.
On flirting: how scientific rationalism cannot cannot measure it.
Why the atheist conception of truth is philosophically flawed and humanly insufficient.
A defence of Christian joy in the face of atheist charges of irrationality and unreality.
An brief post on Derrida’s concept of ‘theological simultaneity’ and its political implications.
A reflection on the psychoanalytic and political aspects of recent theology blog debates on the importance (or unimportance) of sex.
A homage to Bob Dylan which draws implicitly on the philosophy of Adorno – more fun to read than it sounds!
A consideration of the radical elements of a lecture given by Rowan Williams, the Archbishop of Canterbury, on Christian mission.
A review of David Bentley Hart’s latest book: Atheist Delusions
(Originally written a year ago) Last night I had a conversation with friends on politics and cultural theory. The subject… Read more 9/11 – A Defence of Logic
An undergraduate essay on Auden’s sonnets, and on the nature and history of the sonnet form more generally.
And so it begins…