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Monday, December 04, 2006

TWO YEARS OF BLOGGING!

With the passing of this November, the two-year mark has been reached for this blog. As an anniversary special, I've decided to look over all my previous posts, and list the 'Top 20 Posts' from the past two years (or, ever, in other words). These are posts that I thought were either the most interesting, the most important, or represented some of the more significant notions I've considered or learned about over this time.

There were several other posts that I was sad to weed out of this list, but didn't quite make the cut. These can still be read by seeing the archives, of course. In addition, much of the significant work I've done over the past two years can be found as articles at my Philosophy Site, and were never blog posts, so they aren't present here.

Many thanks to all my readers and please spread the word to your friends about this site, so that we may continue on! :)

DT STRAIN PHILOSOPHY BLOG
TOP 20 POSTS FROM 2005 & 2006
(in order of posting)

Summary of the Primary Virtues
Virtual Virtue: Your Online Self

The Nature of the “Force”

Life & Death Are Not Opposites

The Big Deal About Complexity

Cultural Conceptions of “Life”

Good for the Individual & Society the Same

Forgiveness Is A Gift To Ourselves

Terrel Pough & Being Good

ISO The Real Buddha & Jesus

Philosophy or Religion?

Exploring Meditation

Denver on Nature & Life

Revulsion at the Natural Brain

The Minions of Hitler

Consciousness Around Us?

The Puzzle of Our Time

Notes on “Christianity Without God”

Threads on Violence

Dehumanization: A How-To

2 Comments:

Anonymous Gail said...

Congratulations! :) Your posts are always thought-provoking and informative. I intend to keep reading, so keep up the good work!

1:25 PM  
Blogger DT Strain said...

Many Thanks Gail! I appreciate your kind comments and willingness to read my blog :)

1:51 PM  

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