Category Virtue

Glad It’s Over

Well, it’s here. Over four years after the Kickstarter was launched on May 11, 2015, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night has finally, *finally* launched. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/iga/bloodstained-ritual-of-the-night/posts/2539692 I know it’ll sound a bit indulgent, but this represents something of an accomplishment for me as well. I’ve been working as a moderator for the Bloodstained community and discord […]

Winning Too Hard (Part 1 of ?)

If you’ve been paying any attention at all to my entries for…well, more than the past few weeks, more like the past few years, you’ll be able to tell that by all appearances, I’ve been doing very well for myself. Every Saturday (or Sunday at latest), every Friday a little while ago, I post an […]

A Critique of David Oderberg’s Defense of Aristotle

Here’s the script for this video: Hey guys! Gunlord comin’ atcha once again with another critique of the so-called classical tradition in philosophy. This time, however, I’ll not be going up against Edward Feser. Rather, I’ll be taking on one of his good friends, David Oderberg. I’ll be providing a small critique of his article […]

A little late, but not too late: My Book Review of Edward Feser’s “The Last Superstition”

Whooooo-eee! I am pretty late for this entry, my friends–I meant to post it up last friday. But it ended up being sooooo big I had to delay it to be happy with it! I think you’ll see why, because it’s nearly 40 thousand words! But I think it’s worth it, so I hope you […]

A Brush with the Law

Not a long entry for you today, friends, or even a “Relaxation Saga” entry, though I’ll probably do one of those next week. Instead, I’d just like to describe an amusing incident I already told some friends of mine on Facebook about, along with some lessons learned from it. Long story short, I got pulled […]

Chatroom Justice

This entry’s actually been cross-posted to my Tumblr and facebook blogs–I figured some of you might be interested in these sorts of matters, so I copied it here as well. I have, in a stroke of the most thorough irony, acquired a rather sturdy tolerance for the people called “Social Justice Warriors” over the past […]

Orals Tips

It’s that time again, my friends. One more post on things I’ve learned from grad school, this time on a specific academic subject. Since completing my orals was the greatest triumph of my life so far, I’m going to give you all some tips I’ve gleaned from the process! Granted, they’ll apply primarily to oral […]