Philosophical Theology

“Scale Relative Ontology” And Simone Weil’s Spiritual Philosophy, Part 2 (N.E. Boulting

The following is the second of a two-part series. The first can be found here. Simone Weil’s Rejection of “The New Science” Two not unrelated factors result in her rejection of ‘the New Science’ besides her opposition to Planck’s stance on Quantum Theory. The first is her emphasis upon Plato’s ontology rather than Plato’s epistemology. […]

Postcolonial Theory

Reframing The Adwa Victory As A Decolonizing Praxis – Discourse Around Colonization In The Ethiopian Context, Part 1 (Rode Molla)

The following is the first installment of a two-part series. White-Painted Ethiopia Bodies In 1896 Ethiopians defeated the Italian military and defended their border. That made Ethiopia the only black nation that defended its border in the era of colonization.[1] However, protecting their land/border was not enough for Ethiopians to be a free nation. Their […]


Review – Judith Butler And The Different “Senses” Of The Subject (Matthew Waggoner)

Note:  This review is also published simultaneously in the PDF special issue of JCRT 16.1. Butler, Judith. Senses of the Subject.  New York: Fordham University Press, 2015. ISBN-10: 082326467X. Paperback. 228 Pages. Despite having appeared separately in journals or as chapters in other books over the last twenty years, the essays collected in Judith Butler’s Senses […]