Do not pad ignorance with eloquence

Yesterday afternoon I found myself in that peculiarly liminal space between the end of one book and the beginning of another. I am usually careful to set up my next read well in advance, however, on this particular occasion, I’d hit a dead end. There are more books on the shelf in the living room than there is time…

Happy Sunday

I spotted this on the awning of an underground (literally) cocktail bar in East London. I can’t tell if it’s trying to persuade passersby to part with their money over expensive drinks or attempting to offer some kind of pop-philosophical critique of free will in e modern age. You’d think Kierkegaard has a bar tab…

A Thought for a June Friday

Every fraction of an instance on this planet contains within it an undiscoverable quantity of considerations. Each cognizant mind intertwined and multiplied by the other infinitesimal happenings occurring around it. That is to say nothing of the possible life to be found in the deeper pockets of the Universe. It is above the grand and beyond the…