The anti-preacher carrying his lamp, Wretched and dressed like a tramp. He says he is looking for God In the streets, not a church to be awed. What is the message that he preaches? Is it worthy of the sinful ticks and leeches? 'God is dead, and we have slain him! We killed him!', his … Continue reading #225 – God is dead
In this essay I will be attempting to critically assess Plato’s critique of democracy. This will include the points that he makes using the ship analogy and what flaws in democracy this analogy points out. I will also be using philosophers such as John Stuart Mill (1806-73) and Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) to reinforce my objections … Continue reading Plato and Democracy.