The truth is never fair or impartial. It almost always favors one side over the other, though it occasionally favors neither.
Below is a random collection of essays on a variety of subjects.
Arthur Koestler's Darkness at Noon: An Introduction (1-14-2017)
Follow Your Passion? I don’t think so… (5-19-2014)
Austin Athenaeum and Joyce's Ulysses (1-20-2014)
A Camus Triptych (1-12-2013)
Hermann Hesse's Steppenwolf: An Introduction (9-8-2012)
Do You "Believe" in Evolution? (12-17-2009)
The Nature of Science: Antirealism is Not Postmodernism (1-3-2008)
Dialog on Social Security (12-15-2007)
Am I a Libertarian? (11-30-2007)
Remembering Genocide (10-30-2007)
Puzzling Over Science (4-5-2006)
Defining Torture: Or why I don't need to (3-22-2006)
Why I Like to Write: With a detour into the workings of my mind (3-6-2006)
Defining Science (1-31-2006)
The Real Truth about Torture: Why Charles Krauthammer got it all wrong (12-29-2005)
A Survivor's Bet: A Review of Kobo Abe’s short story The Bet (6-28-2000)
Comments on any of these essays? Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, intelligent insights are preferred.