29 Jul 2013
Two is a crowd - by P.K.Odendaal - August 2013
I have dwelt on solitude somewhat in my previous series named 'Death in the Afternoon', but I wish to revisit it here, being very important to our anti-social needs - if anti-social rings a bell for you somewhere. For me it is important.
It is so that the person who has the least privacy in the world - a non-commissioned soldier - is called a Private. I wonder why, because, in all earnestness, he should be called a Public. Apart from his public duties, his work is also open to public scrutiny.
7 Jul 2013
The limits of free will - by P.K.Odendaal - July 2013
If you are still unsure whether you have free will, this is probably not for you, but read on - you just might be surprised. In previous articles I have elaborated on that and the gist of the argument is as follows:
Argument 1God cannot make a mistake or error. I make mistakes and errors. I therefore do things for which only I am the author.