Thoughts on: “The Kybalion” by Three Initiates

I read this years ago and thought to myself: “There is something important here, but I’m not able to grasp it fullly yet. 3 YEARS LATER: Reading it again. Maybe the fault wasn’t with me after all? The 7 principles are solid and worthwhile, but the writing is piss poor and the pretense of beingContinue reading “Thoughts on: “The Kybalion” by Three Initiates”

Thoughts on: “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley

I managed to squeeze in another classic before the year ended and this time it was Aldous Huxleys dystopian vision in Brave New World. This book brings my thoughts to raise of AI and the importance of setting the right goals for it (if we ever get to Artificial General Intelligence that is.). The pathContinue reading “Thoughts on: “Brave New World” by Aldous Huxley”

My Favorite Philosophy Books of Last Year

I did a “favorites of 2016” last year on my instagram and I thought it would be a good addtion to my blog. Good book recommendations are always relevant, right? The list for 2017 is coming soon butthese books sure are worthy gifts for loved ones this holiday season! Favorite Books of 2016 – PhilosophyContinue reading “My Favorite Philosophy Books of Last Year”