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Hypatia’s Dream

Hypatia’s Dream

On March 8, 415, a woman died tragically in the city of Alexandria, Egypt, then a territory of the Eastern Roman Empire. She was murdered in a vile way by a mob of fanatics. Her name was Hypatia, philosopher, mathematician, and astronomer, one of the most relevant...

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Elvis and David Bowie

Elvis and David Bowie

Exclusive for all subs! Steven was kind enough to let me make our paywall chat on his podcast, The Farm, available. We chatted about our hanging out in Memphis and Clarksdale, from visiting Graceland and Sun Studios to going to the Crossroads to pay our dues to the...

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Blake’s Barzakh

Blake’s Barzakh

The Unlimited Dream Company by J.G Ballard has been described amongst other things as rhapsodic. It is strikingly unlike most of his other literary works. True there are hints of suburban middle class folks turning feral during a looming beastial Ragnarok, but it's...

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Manichaeans: the Religion of the Call

Manichaeans: the Religion of the Call

Today, the concept of "Manichaeism" is perhaps one of the most frequently used in political and cultural debate. It means extreme dualism, radical division and polarization in which the forces of light are engaged in a death struggle with the forces of darkness. This...

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The Bible as a Provocation

The Bible as a Provocation

By Alexander Maistrovoy The Bible has always been and still remains to this day the main book of humankind; its storylines, conflicts, and heroes are the source of inspiration for the greatest philosophers, fiction writers, playwrights, musicians, and artists, even if...

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