“Well then, let’s get on with it…” I read the 1944 play No Exit by Sartre in school, and its eery existentialism stayed with me. Then in 2016, Mike Schur, the comedy god behind Parks and Rec, Brooklyn 99 and … Continue reading The Good Place and Sartre (or Normal is other people)
After watching Freeman Dyson speak about his time with the Royal Air force during World War II in A Glorious Accident, I got to thinking about the notion of criminality. Ego’s, which are often blamed for crimes, start as inherently … Continue reading Moral consistency in a burning world
Sharing welcome information certainly is, and I hope not to sound too judgy here. If a thought can be a sin, surely we’re all sinners. and isn’t writing using repetitive hand movements to facilitate my thought process (at least here)? … Continue reading Is sharing caring?