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Where y’at, folks. I’m glad you stopped by. 

This is the vacation home of the ND Media publishing project, so I keep things a bit more informal here. Come on in and relax. Let me pour you a Finger Lakes Riesling and share some heartfelt words about God, the cosmos, pantheism, Eastern philosophy, politics, anarchism, or just about anything that interests me. You can put your feet up on the coffee table and kick back here.

As a complement to the in-depth articles archived by category at Not Two, please enjoy my material organized here in more traditional bloggy-style format. You can also explore pages devoted to the Books and Publications produced by ND Media, as well as those in progress.

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LATEST POST

E Unum Pluribus (12/23/20)

Nature is an inside with no outside. Our methods of observation and selective attention create the illusion of boundaries, but in order for Nature to have the meaning that naturalism gives it, we must also recognize its boundlessness. We must see it as the One from which many have come as opposed to an assembled collection of many.

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