Here I link to writing I have done elsewhere that you might also find interesting.
The Obvious Problem with Knowledge
(from Colloquy, a publication of Gutenberg College, Fall 2021)
How do we think about the fact that rational people come to opposite conclusions, and each side finds its position obvious? Is there a way to solve this problem, or is knowledge impossible?
(from Colloquy, a publication of Gutenberg College, Summer 2020)
In the wake of a fire in my apartment, I was torn between devastation and apathy when it came to thinking about the things that were ruined. The better response, however, is not materialism or stoicism, but faith.