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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“Walking with Paul Wienpahl”—Episode 4—Getting out of our minds and into the world.

Paul Wienpahl is in the white, short-sleeved shirt to the right of the tree trunk & Herbert Fingarette (whose words give this blog and podcast its title) is standing next to Wienpahl to the left of th

1 week ago

Technology An Unorthodox Lecture Paul Wienpahl intra-action Freya Mathews hitchhiking metaphysical hitchhiker

Some personal reflections on the twentieth anniversary of the events of September 11th, 2001

A recorded version of the following piece can be found at this link On Tuesday, September 11th 2001, I was just over a year into my ministry at the Cambridge Unitarian Church. I was working in my stud

2 weeks ago

9/11 Mann Gulch Norman Maclean Young Men and Fire 11th September 2001 Jonathan Jones Musee des Beaux Arts Pieter Bruegal The Fall of Icarus Thomas Hoepker W. H. Auden

On fans, thirteen blackbirds and the ineffable heart of all things

A blackbird bathes in the Cambridge Unitarian Church garden A recorded version of the following piece can be found at this link We inhabit a culture that has become increasingly obsessed with the idea

3 weeks ago

Zen Paul Wienpahl Wallace Stevens blackbird fan story free-thinking mystics with hands the ineffable

The Postscript to Paul Wienpahl’s “The Radical Spinoza” (New York University Press, 1979)

Stained-glass window in the former Unitarian Church in Exeter  What follows my introduction here is a transcription of the Postscript to Paul Wienpahl’s remarkable interpretation of Spinoza’s thought

08/21/2021 07:17:00 PM

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All Things in the World are one. And one is All in all Things—heeding the seventh trumpet sounded by the IPCC’s report on climate change

In February 2020 I went to see a colleague, Nigel Cooper, who is the lead chaplain at Anglia Ruskin University simply to catch-up with each other’s news. He, like me, has for very many years been deep

08/09/2021 12:02:00 PM

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