Showing posts from June, 2020

A thought relevant to our own age following a re-reading of the opening of Herbert Spencer’s (1820-1903) “First Principles” (1862/1893)

A further meditation upon the Cambridge Unitarian Church's history and its relevance for us today

Embracing and welcoming the figure of the migrant—Being also a meditation on the need to let go of the God of Monotheism and embrace an Ontology of Motion

Jesús and the possibility and desirability of a post-COVID-19, Universal Basic Income/Dividend

“It’s got to be us that speak truth to power, that call it out no matter the consequences. We have to not let anything go. Our country is in trouble and the basic reason is race.”

Weekend greetings from Emmanuel Road, 6th June, 2020

Short speech written for the Cambridge Stand Up To Racism "Black Lives Matter! Justice for George Floyd!" event in Cambridge City on Wednesday 4th June