The apocalypse is revelation
The apocalypse is, from the Greek, an uncovering or revelation. We use the word today to mean a world-ending catastrophe.… More lint
Time to truth
Trust is in short supply. People claim to be transparent, but most CEOs rate their confidence at reading the company … More lint
Truth is at hand
Camus says churches, political or religious, care not for the truth. They establish doctrines, which declare eternal aims, which never … More lint
Truth as creation rather than discovery
Is "truth" merely the repetition of acts you create for yourself?
Suppose there is no universal truth but merely the … More lint
Art reveals the lie and saves us from the real.
Picasso says, “Art is a lie that makes us realize truth at least the truth.”
Nietzsche says, “we have art … More lint
Wrong in the name of right
Doing wrong in the name of right seems obviously wrong. Virtue can shift into justice, and shade into justification.
But … More lint
You reason toward the truth
Both religious and scientific sects believe: they have faith in their truth.
This requires a series of steps, but without … More lint
the performative reaction
The response to an event is often predetermined. (You will applaud or agree with the leader.)
The content becomes secondary … More lint