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An empiricist rebuttal.

What does one learn with closed eyes and open mind? What darkness looks like. 

Gloomy mood

As if my moieties were grated and the blunt shards
Interpenetrated each other, denying
The existence of a chance to put it all back together. 153 more words

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Opinions of Others

o·pin·ion

əˈpinyən/

noun

noun: opinion; plural noun: opinions

  1. a view or judgment formed about something, not necessarily based on fact or knowledge.

People these days are to knee jerk reactionary to understand anymore.  524 more words

What Lennox Got Wrong: A Refutation of his Key Arguments

Synopsis

In this piece I offer a critique to some of the major arguments raised by John Lennox in his recent talks at Melbourne, both at the Friday night ‘Cosmic Chemistry’ public lecture, and also the Saturday ‘Reasons for Faith’ conference. 5,702 more words

Red Rebuttal Videos

It has been quite some time since I last posted. Mostly because I’ve been busy earning my Bachelors degree. Now that I am finally finished, I’ve had some free time and I’ve started making videos for a series I call Red Rebuttal. 63 more words

Marginalized in the Middle: A Rebuttal to the NYT Article on "Beating" #Autism

A few days ago, an article titled The Kids Who Beat Autism appeared in the New York Times.  I needed time to think about and digest what Ruth Padawar, the article’s author, wrote.   1,421 more words

Autism

The Gentle Art of Talking Back

In the researcher’s understanding of the classics, it is evident that Dante must have written ‘The Divine Comedy’ as an allegory for grantfest. Including the bit with the guy eating another guy’s head. 1,290 more words

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