Al Ghazali I. – The Lost Faculty

I didn’t expect to be making my foray into a work of Al Ghazali’s so soon, or that it would be the subject of a series of posts, but when I began to read it I realized, as one always realizes, that Al Ghazali has accomplished the bulk of the work already and for those…

Immanuel Kant III. – Forced March

The second important concern of our transcendental aesthetic is that it not merely earn some favor as a plausible hypothesis, but that it be as certain and indubitable as can ever be demanded of a theory that is to serve as an organon. -Immanuel Kant, Critique of Pure Reason It is likely that as the…