During my career as a student, I spent a lot of time studying and reading
about people's perceptions of the Divine. What is religion? Who is God?
Why do we care so much? There are very few people I've met who don't have
some sort of passionate involvement with religion or spirituality. This
fascinates me, and strikes me as a necessary condition of humanity. I also
like to read about, discuss and write about politics, the human condition
and politics and all sorts of related topics. Below are my various
collected thoughts and sources of inspiration and information.
Politics & Radicalization
Fall 2001 Academic Papers
(from HACU 227 Philosophy of Religion w/ Mario D'Amato
at Hampshire College)
Division III, is an honors-thesis type paper at Hampshire College.
Other Rants & Rambles
- My Retrospective which
explains a lot of what I studied, why I studied it and what it all meant.
- Some papers I wrote during my Div2: