Tag: Philosophy

  • The Son – By Jo Nesbø, Discussion and Analysis

      I was given this book from a friend at work who recommended it. I make it a point that if someone I know recommends a book to me out of the blue to read it.  It is only because very few people I know read let alone recommend books. I have to be honest, […]

  • The Christian Roots of Postmodernism

    Review of Explaining postmodernism: Skepticism and Socialism from Rousseau to Foucault by Stephen Hicks My attention was directed to this book by Jordan Peterson but I had first heard about ‘postmodernism’ listening to Ravi Zacharius on YouTube. Although Stephen is not shy letting the reader know what he thinks of postmodernism from his ‘rational’ philosophical […]

  • You think you have Daddy Issues? – A look at Dostoevsky’s TBK

    For me there are two types of fictional books. Book’s that entertain and give you a shot of adrenaline from either a fright or some plot thrill; or a dose of dopamine from some romantic encounter. These types of writer’s are in a sense drug dealers. They provide a narrative that causes your imagination to […]