The Cycle of Eternity, Part 1

Hegel claims to have attained the goal of philosophy, he claims to have attained wisdom. If one takes his writing seriously, then he completes the cycle of history that begins with Plato. His claim inevitably has theological significance. Modernity stands or falls with the introduction of "universal science;" the all-comprehensive science of human existence. In … Continue reading The Cycle of Eternity, Part 1

Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 3

Many think that Religion is an outdated concept, that it is no longer relevant to modern life. This is because digital media seems to have fulfilled the very quest of Religion. The global synchrony of human knowledge seems to be a kind of god or god-like phenomena. But it is only a simulacra of God, … Continue reading Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 3

Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 2

St. Thomas Aquinas used the term "sacred science," to refer to what is now called theology. For him, it was the synthesis of Greek science with Revelation. It was a form of prophecy. Many people have the view that science needs to be somehow reconciled with spirituality. The problem is that many people who have … Continue reading Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 2

Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 1

Please sign up to be notified about future posts! _____________________________________________________________ With the advent of digital media, the essential dogma of the collective groupthink of American society, had so cohered around certain principles that they could be codified into the claim of a “progressive religion” that dominated the popular culture. This progressive dogma included the tenets … Continue reading Introduction: The Sacred and the Digital Media Environment, Part 1