Some updates on my literary musings as of late!
I wrote Swinish Herds and Pastafarians: Comedy as an Ideological Weapon for a classics publication titled eidolon. I also wrote A Materialist Conception of Identity based on habituation, and a couple of messages in…Continue
FYI: you may have noticed that epicurus.info and the Epicurus wiki are now offline, that is because the creator of both, which were great resources for beginners, has passed recently. This blog entry at The…Continue
I just finished reading the personal diaries of Eve and Adam - you know, the original humans. It would appear that Mark Twain discovered the original manuscripts and succeeded to translate the ancient hieroglyphs somehow (perhaps he used a top hat) and published them to the world. I will be…Continue
This week I present Robo-Readings from the blog leasthelpful.com . Who are the least helpful reviewers on Amazon? Fretful mothers, English students or Christians? You Decide.
Hotel California-Mariachi Version
John North Wright * I'm On medication
Kanui and Lula * Tomi Tomi
O Dobbstown, Brave Dobbstown
Added by Rev Hellbound Alleee on May 22, 2012 at 8:18pm — No Comments
Unlike the character I covered in the last instalment of this series,Homer's Thersites, Lucian was a real person who starred in his own satirical works, written in Greek for an…Continue
Added by Godless Poutine on May 5, 2012 at 1:46pm — No Comments
As an outlet for the repressed literature student in me, I'm starting up this new series that focuses on characters in ancient Western literature who show some sign of skepticism or freethinking. By extension I'll also show the quacks, charlatans or authorities they dare to annoy with their tiresome voices of…Continue
Added by Godless Poutine on April 28, 2012 at 8:30am — No Comments
Fiction is a good way of sneaking atheist thinking into the attention of faith-afflicted readers. The following is a good example.
The quotes are from pages 103 to 105 of the novel 'The Mystery Of The Locks' by Edgar Watson Howe. The novel was published in 1885.
In the following dialogue, a newly wed couple discusses her wish to be reunited in heaven after death, and he expresses his wish, this could be true, in spite of his lack of religious belief. …
Added by Lone Wolf on January 3, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments