In Praise of Necessity
Human-reality is free because it is not enough. –Sartre Within minutes of striking, the earthquake that shook Iran in...0
Disciplinary Realities and Interdisciplinary Prospects
Exploring being in the world, proclaiming life signified nothing, analyzing assumptions and developing syntheses were once the domain of...
Spiritual Transformation and Non-Violent Action
An interpretation of Mahatma Gandhi's and Martin Luther King Jr.'s nonviolent movements as ventures for reforming society that are...
All About Eve: Race, Religion, and Science
“Among the words that can be all things to all men, the word ‘race’ has a fair claim to...
What Calls You, Pilgrim?
In a generous comment on my book The Yoga of the Christ, the justly highly regarded comparative religionist, Huston...
Peirce, Lamarck and Evolutionary Love
Ralph Waldo Emerson once remarked that a foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds. Well, I admit it. ...
Levels of Complexity
Complexity is all around us. Complexity is in eco-systems. Where do they begin and where do they end, and...
Catholic Metaphysics in the Wake of the Collapse of the Enlightenment
Introduction: Contemporary Crisis The condition of contemporary moral and political thought stands in stark contrast to over two...
Integral Studies and Practical Consequences
After reading the valuable contributions posted on the Meta Listserver, and listening to the many enlightening and often inspiring...
Stages of Thought: The Co-Evolution of Religious Thought and Science
Michael Horace Barnes, Stages of Thought: The Co-Evolution of Religious Thought and Science (Oxford University Press, 2000). ...