January 2018

Expat: Socionics and History

2018-02-22T21:01:57+02:00

In a special live event, Expat will be providing an analysis of historical events through the prism of socionics. In particular, he will look at the socionics theory of quadra progression as a way to understand civilizations and nations in their historical context. This will be followed by a Q&A. Subscribe to my [...]

August 2017

The Universe

2018-02-22T20:52:58+02:00

The Big Bang   Every day beautiful and miraculous objects suddenly appear, from snowflakes on a cold winter morning to vibrant rainbows after a late-afternoon summer shower. Yet no one but the most ardent fundamentalists would suggest that each and every such object is lovingly and painstakingly and, most important, purposefully created by a divine [...]

March 2017

February 2017

January 2017

Recommended additional reading (PfH1: Knowledge)

2018-04-13T08:36:15+02:00

For "Philosophy for Heroes: Knowledge," I relied on a number of authors for inspiration, ideas, and source material. Here is a selection of recommended additional reading, if you want to go beyond the introduction I gave in the book itself, here is my list for the first book. Enjoy!      Karen Armstrong. Twelve Steps to [...]

December 2016

Ayn Rand Phil Donahue Interview Part 1 of 5

2018-02-22T20:54:15+02:00

In her first public appearance since husband Frank O'Connor's death, we see a rare personal side of Rand—" As always, the ideas do shine through: the acknowledgement of achievement; the evils of altruism; American schools sacrificing the gifted for the less gifted; the nationalization of American oil interests in the Middle East; the fatal arguments [...]