bitterness

Looking back at some of my writing this website, I am coming to realise how naive I have been about human nature.  They might sound outlandish, but I really was genuinely imagining future societies with interconnected internet democracy, a secular yet...

being sensible

The idea of Pλosm is that every action has at its root either a logical rationalisation, or else it is an intuitive response which, by its nature, is irrational (but is still sensible*). These are the two approaches of the ‘Scientist‘...

M

The M in Pλosm stands for the Muses—including Saraswati and the Gods of literature, dance and music, and it extends to divine madness, and the drunken wildness of Dionysus, and the early forms of Shiva (Sanskrit ‘mada’ = drunkenness, lust; perhaps...