Reflections on Jordan Peterson’s “God”

In this essay of mine, published by Merion West, I offer an appraisal of Jordan Peterson’s religious beliefs and his statements concerning God. Going through biblical tradition, especially through the eyes of the Patristic Fathers of early Christianity, I argue that Peterson’s God is not as Gnostic and Jungian as it initially seems. In particular, … Continue reading Reflections on Jordan Peterson’s “God”

Augustine and the Theory of Signification

Saint Augustine of Hippo was one of the most consequential and influential philosophers in the Western tradition. Perhaps most remembered as a theologian, he was, nevertheless a theologian-philosopher whose various ideas and original insights have since passed into philosophical canon. One of Augustine’s more “secular” contributions to philosophy was his theory of signification which is … Continue reading Augustine and the Theory of Signification