Philosophy: an art of living — Pointless Overthinking

Provided by Cleveland Philosophic Advisor As this is my first guest post for Pointless Overthinking, it seemed appropriate to talk about philosophy as a way of living. It’s such an interesting idea, and although it differs from how one (usually) hears philosophy discussed today, I’ve noticed the idea (1) in the ancient period of Western […]

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Stained Glass, Light Metaphysics, and Medieval Allegorical Commentary — Canticum Salomonis

“The Old Testament is this vault which rises in a single rib, in a single groin, and the New Testament is the same rib that returns […]. And the keystone of this mystic vault is Jesus.”–Charles Péguy The windows that exclude weather and let in the light are the doctors who stand against the storms of […]

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