Category: Apocalypse

Post #3024: More apocalypse, less angst.

I am reading a book at the moment called Learning How to Die in the Anthropocene by Roy Scranton– and although it is a hard read (emotionally hard, not hard to get through) – I would suggest that it’s required reading for our times. It’s essay length,… Continue Reading “Post #3024: More apocalypse, less angst.”

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Responses to Crisis: Apocalypse

“But here’s what I’ve come to believe. That maybe it’s no different now than it ever was. Maybe it’s always the end of the world. Maybe you’re alive for a while and then you realize you’re going to die, and that’s such an insane… Continue Reading “Responses to Crisis: Apocalypse”

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Oh Sunday and global anxiety.

Agh. I missed making a post yesterday because I was way too involved in Sunday activities – snow shoeing on Mt. Seymour, playing music, cleaning the house, making dinner for friends, finishing the Žižek book, drinking a little too much wine, ranting and hot-tubbing… Continue Reading “Oh Sunday and global anxiety.”

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Equivalence.

There certainly is a great deal of darkness in the dense Congolese jungle — but its causes lie elsewhere, in the bright executive offices of our banks and high-tech companies. In order to truly awaken from the capitalist “dogmatic dream” (as Kant would have… Continue Reading “Equivalence.”

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Bad to worse.

“…it is questionable whether Christ departed from life with the words we find in the Holy Scriptures, those of Mathew and Mark, My God, my God, why hast Thous forsaken me, or those of Luke, Father, into Thine hand I commit my spirit, or… Continue Reading “Bad to worse.”

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