CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning

Tagline"These studies are outcomes rather than realised objectives. In making the journey, I have no aims. These studies are intellectual footprints, not blueprints" — H. Fingarette
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A Time for Prayer: A piece written for the Brahmo Samaj, India following the 2005 7/7 London bombings and offered again, today, after the suicide attack in Manchester

My Brahmo Samaj Manual of Devotions & Rituals & Brahmo Dharma Naturally, the dreadful suicide bombing in Manchester this week brought back memories of the last suicide attacks here in the UK in London

11 hours ago

Liberal Religion suicide Hinduism Unitarian and Free Christian Churches 7/7 bombings Brahmo Samaj Manchester bombings

Revisiting Michael Roberts' call for a good, progressive, leftist, liberal rhetoric

Michael Roberts A while back, during the EU Referendum last year, I posted a piece in which I quoted a short piece by the English poet, literary critic and mathematician and mountaineer Michael Robert

13 hours ago

liberalism progressive politics leftist politics Leonard Woolf Michael Roberts Quackery

Resisiting the dualist view of the world—A few words by Paul Wienpahl (1916-1980) accompanied by a few photos of the Cambridge University Botanic Garden

As regular readers of this blog know I was (and still am) strongly influenced by the little known American philosopher, Paul Wienpahl (1916-1980) and have even taken some of his words from his 1956 le

2 days ago

colour photos iphoneography Hipstamatic Filmborn App black and white photography An Unorthodox Lecture Paul Wienpahl William James Zen Diary

Cattle on Stourbridge Common, Cambridge—A few photos

Cattle on Stourbridge Common, Cambridge Taken with an iPhone 6+ and the Hipstamatic app using a combo by Nicolas Xanthos (Just click on a photo to enlarge it)

3 days ago

colour photos iphoneography Hipstamatic cattle Nicolas Xanthos Stourbridge Common

Pirates and Unitarians—On radical democracy and ideas of unity

The "Jolly Roger" READINGS: The Story of the pirate William Fly Captain William Fly career as a pirate began in April 1726 when he signed on to sail with Captain John Green to West Africa on the Eliza

4 days ago

Islam Unitarians Address Arthur Ransome Jolly Roger Peter Lamborn Wilson Pirate Untopias Pirates radical democracy Sean Barron Secret Water Susan Ritchie Swallows & Amazons Tahwid unity