CAUTE — Making Footprints Not Blueprints


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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What is the Philosophy of Movement? by Thomas Nail — A recommended paper

Last week, a philosopher called Thomas Nail (whose work on Lucretius I particularly admire) published a helpful introductory paper called What is the Philosophy of Movement?  A few minutes ago I print

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Liberal Religion Thomas Nail philosophy of movement

Exploring the important Shin Buddhist text “The Tannisho” from a Unitarian and Universalist perspective — A series of Wednesday Evening Zoom Conversations

On Wednesday (26th January 2022) I’ll be starting the new series of ZOOM Wednesday Evening Conversations exploring the important Shin Buddhist text “The Tannisho.” It begins at 7.15 for 7.30pm and run

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Universalism Unitarian Alfred Bloom Jodo Shinshu Shin Buddhism Taitetsu Unno Tannisho Shinran

The parable of the mischievously wise physics teacher

Physics classroom, California c. 1928 A short  “ thought for the day” offered to the Cambridge Unitarian Church as part of the Sunday Service of Mindful   Meditation  (Click on this link to hear a rec

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Liberal Religion Knowledge Physics epistemology radiator unknown unknowns

On baseball gloves and liberal religion

Willie May’s baseball glove A short  “ thought for the day” offered to the Cambridge Unitarian Church as part of the Sunday Service of Mindful   Meditation  (Click on this link to hear a recorded vers

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Unitarian Liberal Religion liberal Christian tradition Process Theology baseball glove Bernard Loomer

A few photos of Livermere Church and mere in winter

On Monday an old college friend of mine took Susanna and me into Suffolk to visit Great Livermere Church and the adjacent mere. All three of us are aficionados of M. R. James’ ghost stories, one of wh

2 weeks ago

black and white photography hauntology ghost stories M. R. James Great Livermere