Continental Philosophy

By Ron Reda Beginning in Europe, the response to Hegelian idealism spread out across the European continent but also into the United States where it became known as Continental philosophy. Analytic philosophy was the preferred tradition in England. At the same time in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, pragmatism was being developed in the United […]

The Curse And Philosophy Of Separatism

By George Sistrunk A curse is an affliction, evil incarnate, an insidious state of affairs. The curse of separatism and its inherent philosophy is no less insidious and has plagued mankind since the “Tower of Babel”. The curse of separatism and the philosophy it has spawned divide and redivide our lives and realities into opposing […]