- A Socratic dialogue about true joy.
In imitation of St. Boethius, The Consolation of Philosophy, and one of my greatest individual works.
A Socratic dialogue about something in history that keeps cropping up.
The New Age Law of Attraction says that if you think about receiving money, a huge windfall will fall across your lap, and that is dangerous territory. However, there is an Orthodox Law of Attraction of sorts, in which if you think thoughts of peace, they will be followed by more and bigger thoughts of peace, while if you think thoughts of anger, they will be followed by more and bigger thoughts of anger, and conflict with them.
A very, very light touch adapting Plato's most famous passage.
This is a Socratic dialogue looking at how truly singular our present circumstances are; they are more extreme than anything seen by the 99% of people who have ever lived, who have never seen a written or printed word.
The original "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" sought to say how we can only offer a spider's web worth of resistance to God's wrath. Here I drop the other shoe.
A dialogue unveiling layers of what is disturbing about a viral music video.
A Socratic dialogue set in a realized transhumanist eschatology, looking for something beyond what is available then and there.