JaysAnalysis: Basic Metaphysics – Logos and Logoi (Half)

This is the first half of a full talk which can be obtained by subscribing to JaysAnalysis at the PayPal links for 4.95 a month or 60.00 per year. In this talk, I give a basic introduction to classical metaphysics and theology based on St. John of Damascus’ Fount of Knowledge: The Philosophical Chapters. We cover the seminal terms and concepts and how they relate to forming a proper worldview and critical thinking, and how the modern world has robbed us of this inheritance.

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7 Comments on JaysAnalysis: Basic Metaphysics – Logos and Logoi (Half)

  1. Love the hair!

  2. And a good session as well. Enjoyed it, thanks.

  3. Jay, have you read the sci-fi novel “The Three-Body Problem” by Cixin Liu? It features a lot of the themes often covered in your essays/interviews.

  4. This was a fantastic presentation. Really appreciate the new video lecture style, and use of the whiteboard in particular. To me, it reinforced the concepts being presented more effectively than audio alone.

    Quite honestly, this was far superior to any lecture I ever received in my into philosophy class back in the day. And only $5/mo for the full lecture? Versus hundreds or even thousands of dollars per credit hour at your typical state school? #collegefail

    Well done, Jay!

  5. ipsofacto // May 23, 2017 at 2:06 am // Reply

    Watched this twice and took copious notes (including subscriber full version). Are you still planning to do the follow-up St. Maximos Disputations with Phyrrus lecture?


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