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On the Dilemmas Of Public Health

One of the matters I have had cause to reflect upon much over the past few years is the subject of public health. If in general we have known a great deal of progress in private health over the past … Continue reading

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Mask Off

When my flight was making its final descent into Puerto Vallarta on Friday afternoon, the stewardess decided that was a fine moment to inform the passengers on my plane that the international airport, for some unknown reason, still required all … Continue reading

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On Dysteleology And The Possibility Of Repair

One of the most notable and in my mind not-well-understood aspects of intelligent design over the past couple of decades has been the recognition that a great deal of what are often viewed as active evils are in fact manifestations … Continue reading

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A Little Less Conversation

Do we have a right to privacy? Do we have an obligation to respect the privacy of others? Frequently in life I ponder this particular question, because it is related to a lot of issues and questions that come up. … Continue reading

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Believe The Evidence

Like many people, I have an interest in celebrity trials. This is not because such trials are consequential on their own–they are not–nor because celebrities are often worthwhile people, because most of the time they are not, but rather because … Continue reading

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On The Illusion Of Safety

We live in a dangerous world where risk is an omnipresent factor, and while there are certainly things that we can do to minimize or exacerbate risks, there is nothing that we can do to eliminate the risk that bad … Continue reading

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Some Thoughts On Spiritual Bifocals

One of the notable aspects of aging is the concern with one’s vision. Since childhood I have been nearsighted, often severely so, likely as a result of my intense reading habits from youth. Many people my age and older, though, … Continue reading

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A Cultural Dementia

I tend to think it is worthwhile to explore what one is irritated and angered by, and so I would like to share something spread by people who think that it is fine to “enter into the reality” of those … Continue reading

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One Less Day From Dying Young

For some people aging is a gradual process that comes on slowly where declining strength and energy are matched for a long period of time by growing savvy and wisdom. For other people the process is more akin to being … Continue reading

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Awkwardly Socially Distant From Disaster

Over the past eighteen months or so I have had many opportunities to muse to myself (and occasionally to others) about the disastrous state of life in the age of Covid, and how it is that the response of maladroit … Continue reading

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