There are currently four pages:
Politics Science, including Evolution Religion and Spirituality Miscellaneous You can click on the links, or you can scroll down the pages.
There is a series of eight posts about Brexit, the British people’s decision to leave the European Union:
See also, Is the European Union Like the USSR?
I have just begun a series on Darwinism, Creationism, and Intelligent Design. At the moment there is:
The Decline of Humanism (how the meaning of this term has changed since the Enlightenment)
The ‘Enlightenment – Where It Has Taken Us (reflections on the sad state of modern science)
The Case Against the Enlightenment (on the publication of Steven Pinker’s new book)
Daniel Dennett (a critique of one of his outrageous statements, thus a history of opponents of Darwinism)
Daniel Dennett part 2 (further material relevant to the first post)
The Seductive Lure of Darwinism (examples of scientists, philosophers, and comedians who have become, in my view mistakenly, infatuated with the Darwinian theory of evolution)
Richard Dawkins (some criticisms of this highly influential figure)
The Folly of Modern Neuroscience (how the worldview of modern science has led to some extraordinary conclusions about the nature of consciousness
Is the Self an Illusion – part 2 (further material on that theme)
Alfred Russel Wallace (how this believer in Intelligent Design has been misrepresented) The BBC and Science (examples of the BBC presenting the worldview of modern scientific orthodoxy, while neglecting important information)
RELIGION AND SPIRITUALITY:
I have just started a new series The Psychology of Atheism. This is a link to the first post.
There are four previous posts:
Why are People Anti-Religion? (some possible, fairly simple explanations)
Genius of the Modern World (a post critical of the BBC series of that name.)
The Truth of Mythology – the Problem of Literalism (an interpretation of a Babylonian cosmological myth)
Magic and Clairvoyance (inspired by a poem by Jack Preston King, a writer on Medium.com)
At the moment there are two posts there, one which would come under the heading of philosophy:
The Ongoing Influence of Plato (some examples of Plato’s allegory of the cave down the ages)