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|May 9, 2017

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This is not a book for 'the Many', but one for a few of 'the Few' who will lead most of 'the Many' into the 'Kingdom of Truth'. This, to put it mildly, is simply the crowning achievement of John O'Loughlin's philosophical oeuvre, of his quest for philosophical…
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|August 6, 2016

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By seeming to combine, in separate parts, prose with philosophy, this project strives to appeal, one might say, to both lower- and upper-class taste to the extent that it juxtaposes, in the one book, two dissimilar approaches to textual structure without,…
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|November 29, 2015

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Few books can have undergone so many re-evaluations as this one, which has developed a fresh approach to terms which the author was apt to take for granted in recent years, never imagining that, one day, they would undergo such extensive re-evaluation as has…
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|February 20, 2016

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A book with twelve 'stations' in several sections that is both autobiographical and philosophical, with a keenly metaphysical approach to the thorny subject of 'truth', and an original 'take' on subatomic definitions which logically follows from John O'Loughlin's…
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|June 2, 2015

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An autobiographical and philosophical journal that is the sequel to 'Limitless' (2012) and, if we may be so bold as to say so, one of the best books Mr O'Loughlin has ever written, full of wit, logical insights, trenchant criticism, and spine-tingling confessions…
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|April 22, 2016

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As suggested by the title, this aphoristic philosophy project continues to explore the axial differences between what, in general terms, has been called the bureaucratic/theocratic axis of a rising diagonal and, by contrast, the autocratic/democratic axis of a…
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|June 14, 2015

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An aphoristic philosophy project which includes some short prose and the occasional poetic treatment of aphorisms, as well as being autobiographical and journalistic, in keeping with the author's customary eclectic approach to text.
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|June 29, 2015

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A substantive collection of essays and aphorisms examining the relationship between concretion and abstraction on both class and gender terms, with respect to a number of parallel dichotomies and antitheses, including that between energy and gravity, that come to…
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|April 24, 2016

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A Metaphysically-biased argument couched in the form of a journal that analyses the relationships between atoms and what the author calls pseudo-atoms on a variety of levels, including the human, from their gender-dichotomous foundations right through to class…
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|February 18, 2013

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This substantial collection of loosely aphoristic philosophy, which the author is apt to term 'supernotational', embraces the Christian dichotomy of Devil and God in such fashion that one is left in no doubt that the former is alpha and the latter omega and,…
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|January 27, 2013

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A collection of revised and reformatted philosophical weblogs by John O'Loughlin, who has further extended his philosophy beyond material contained in 'Insane but not Mad', also dating from 2011.
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|April 10, 2015

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John O'Loughlin's eBook brings his Element-based comprehensive exactitude to bear on morality, not just on one kind of morality, but on all the different kinds that exist, and shows that morality only exists because it is hegemonic over a correlative unmorality…