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The freedom to be tomorrow what we are not today: “The newer testament—the Gospel according to this moment”—Becoming “Free Spirits” and “Archeologists of Morning”

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The importance of friendship: the fourth of five, very short, morning reflections on the philosophy of Epicurus for BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Somewhere inbetween ghosts and demagoguery—or, what to do now there is now no such thing as “Unitarianism”

Some photos of an early autumn walk to Grantchester in the company of Lucretius

Losing our fear of death: the third of five, very short, morning reflections on the philosophy of Epicurus for BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Tolstoy’s parable of the miller revisited—a question of what is the motivating power of the contemporary liberal religious/political tradition?

Losing our fear of an afterlife: the second of five, very short, morning reflections on the philosophy of Epicurus for BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

Nemessētichon—keeping misfortune and guilt apart

A few photos from a spin out to see juniper along Fleam Dyke on the Pashley Guv'nor

Losing our fear of the gods: the first of five, very short, morning reflections on the philosophy of Epicurus for BBC Radio Cambridgeshire

“Antiquity has never felt so alive”—A few words introducing Thomas Nail's recent, remarkable book "Lucretius 1: An Ontology of Motion"

A few photos from a summer spin over to the bronze-age burial mound at Mutlow Hill on Fleam Dyke