I'm coming to think that philosophy is not so much a science as an art form. The most affecting and effective lessons are learnt not through the precise instruments of logic, but through the sublime expressions of the soul.
This blog is used as an outlet for my thoughts on whatever topic occurs to me. These cover a few different areas, including theology, metaphysics and epistemology with a slight shading in favour of continental and linguistic phiosophy. I also sometimes talk about music and politics. Don't expect my ideas to be clear-cut or honed...I approach philosophy like art, not like science.
The title, by the way, is a reference to Occam's Razor. I remain unimpressed by the way this useful philosophical tool is abused in the service of narrow-mindedness by people actively pursuing a reductionist agenda.
I'm an academic specialising in Jewish thought, theology and philosophy.
As well as the two blogs here, I also have a more formal research blog at www.semantox.wordpress.com and my Academia profile is here: http://nottingham.academia.edu/MikeMiller
This is a book I wrote: http://www.tandf.net/books/details/9781138944053/