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A Super Concise Presentation of Kant’s Transcendental Aesthetic and Analytic.

A very short exposition of how the human is able to recognize the appearances as representations of objects instead of seeing appearances as things on their own as most likely the animals do.

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God’s “Left-hand Joke” leading to the Trinity and the Full Personhood of Women

God speaks to angels about a creation, and they think it is a joke. Here we see how this “joke” leads to the hint of a trinity and to the full personhood of women before God and the law, and further advantages for the human race.

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Loss of spontaneity upon the advent of fear and death

A muse on how secrets and deceit destroy spontaneity and in that way produce a hell upon earth instead of the intended paradise.

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Nutshell of Kant’s Religion Within The Bounds Of Sheer Reason

A brief look at Kant’s thinking and intention for his book on moral religion.

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The Fit of Subjective and Objective Perceptions

Using an example of a dreamed event to secure the necessity of the affinity of all appearances, that they all fit together in a single nature.

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Are Christianity and Islam Inherently Dangerous?

Kant considers Christianity to be fundamentally a moral religion, while Islam is extortionist. A discussion of this along with other concerns about Islam, and how Christianity and Islam can both assure the world that neither Christian nor Muslim may understand any alleged communication from God as calling for something understood to be immoral, e.g., the slaying of innocent children.

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Our Big Bang–Fixed or Fair?

Musing on the theory underlying the make up of our universe (leading as it does to intelligent life) and comparing it with a deck of cards in a four hand poker game.

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Comparing Kant’s first two critiques of pure reason and practical reason

Comparing the Critique of Pure Reason with that of Practical Reason and how they are similar and then looking at the differences. A very concise and rather superficial take.

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Kant’s Third Antinomy: the empirical and the intelligible character

An attempt to formulate and clearly express the relationship of a person’s “empirical character” (accepted by science as the object of experience and the thing on its own) and that person’s “intelligible character” (conceived of and imagined as the real thing on its own in a transcendental sense).

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Musing on the conversion of atheist Bill Maher to Free Christianity

Wondering about what would be required in order to convince Bill Maher (and the intelligent atheist in general) of the truth of the Free Christian message.

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