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This afternoon, I finally presented my reading of Feuerbach's polemic on Hegel and Christianity, and the former's weird conception of humanity as being of finite biology and infinite consciousness. And how he seemingly perceives the species' destiny to become a race of Christs without gods through the science of anthropology... Yeah, he's that cracked. No surprise then to learn that Marx liked him. :-P

In any event, I've two more presentations this week to conduct; one on Grant's Technology & Justice, and a second on Plato's Phaedo in which I re-present the dialogue as the Socrates' final trial, in which he attempts to defend not his life from the Athenian assembly, but his very soul from his fellow philosophers.

I'm billing it as a romantic comedy.

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