Relationship Agnosticism: process over teleology


In conversations with people over the years, I have been asked, in a myriad of ways, if I think that polyamory is better than monoamory.  Do I think that being polyamorous is better (necessarily or generally) than monoamory? I’ve dealt with the question before, but I want to take a different approach–a different perspective–on the … Continue reading Relationship Agnosticism: process over teleology

Science; the horse to theology’s cart of progress


Progress.  The word implies a goal, teleology, or purpose.  Some, such as Alfred North Whitehead, preferred to think about process.  And while my views differ significantly from Whitehead, I agree that process might be the better term for the improvement, over time, of our understanding of the world around us.  Purpose implies a purposer, which … Continue reading Science; the horse to theology’s cart of progress