Longform: Zhuangzi’s Conception of Self in Pursuit of the Way

By Harisan Nasir Introduction In this essay, I will attempt to answer a simple yet profound question: What does Zhuangzi believe to be the ‘self’? Firstly, we must ask whether Zhuangzi even believes in a ‘self’. Some have drawn parallels between Zhuangzi and early modern philosophers. Some philosophers. One uncontroversial interpretation of one of those … Continue reading Longform: Zhuangzi’s Conception of Self in Pursuit of the Way

Longform: Michael Behe and Intelligent Design

By Carl Lee One branch of arguments for the existence of God is that of Teleological Arguments, which posit that only the existence of an Intelligent Designer can explain certain features of the natural world. This essay examines a particular argument under this category – the biological version of the teleological argument (BTA) advanced by … Continue reading Longform: Michael Behe and Intelligent Design