The Paper Forge: From Literary Concept To Technical Creation

§00. Practical invention following conceptual abstraction | The civilizational significance of literary art lies, firstly in model generation and secondarily, in the application the generated model. The preferred format for model dispensation varies (novels, novellas, short stories, manifestos, poems, etc...) but the effect of all great literary works is, at least in one way, the… Continue reading The Paper Forge: From Literary Concept To Technical Creation

Hawking’s Final Black Hole Research Paper: Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair

Stephen William Hawking's final black hole research paper before his death on Einstein's birthday, Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair, has been released via Cornell University Library. The paper was written in collaboration with Cambridge and Harvard researchers, Sasha Haco, Malcolm J. Perry and Andrew Strominger. The paper deals primarily with the conundrum know as… Continue reading Hawking’s Final Black Hole Research Paper: Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair

Tomb of the Father: Chapter Two, Home & Hearth

Gunvald woke in the dark and buried the brigand upon the northern hill opposite the shepherd's encampment and departed from the old vaquero wordlessly, before his waking, as the halcyon sphere drifted up across the high, jagged peaks of the far mountain. He made his way over the thin, reedy grass from the northern hill… Continue reading Tomb of the Father: Chapter Two, Home & Hearth

Robespierre, Absolute Idealism and the Nature of Man

"Terror is nothing other than justice, prompt, severe, inflexible; it is therefore an emanation of virtue; it is not so much a special principle as it is a consequence of the general principle of democracy applied to our country's most urgent needs." Such were the words spoken by Maximilien François Marie Isidore de Robespierre and… Continue reading Robespierre, Absolute Idealism and the Nature of Man