• TED: Ideas Worth Spreading

    Thanks to StumbleUpon, the most enjoyable social media/bookmarking site thus far (and the official choice of ADHD users everywhere), I was introduced to TED.com last month. TED stands for Technology, Entertainment, Design. TED began in 1984, bringing together the best and brightest from those three industries and thought groups. Since the '80s, TED has evolved […]


  • Everything is Utterly Meaningless…. So What?

    Why do we do what we do? That’s one of those questions my peeps hate to ask. Aaron in particular. He wants the white picket fence, three kids, and the leave it to beaver lifestyle. So he’s been saying for the past three or four years. I didn’t buy it then and I don’t buy […]


  • A Severe Case of Jacques Itch

    Two months ago, I felt a strange burning sensation that I couldn’t quite place. I was compelled to search for the cure, and it came in the form of three Jacques: Jacques Derrida, Jacques Maritain, and Jacques Ellul. The jacques-itch seemed incurable. The lack of college level reading material in my life left me feeling […]


  • The Pursuit of Knowledge

    “You attract what you think about most, and you become what you attract most.” Focus. Mental discipline. The Secret, written by Rhonda Byrne, is located in the New Age section of your local bookstore. Before you decide to tune out, read on for at least another paragraph. CultureFeast has never been dedicated to New Age […]


  • Bad Plumbing Spawns Philisophical Rant

    Is it so wrong to wish that everything in the house would function properly for at least one uninterrupted year? This time it’s a leak between the toilet tank and the wall. I’ve purchased some new parts which, of course, do not fit. It took me a week just to make it to Home Depot […]


  • Thoughts on Einstein and Russell

    It was some time between the end of my sophomore and junior year in college that I discovered how basic philosophy really is. I started off by reading Confessions by Augustine who, though not known primarily as a philosopher, asked some of the same probing questions of existence and self that I had mulled over […]


  • Balancing Philosophy

    I grew up examining things. It came naturally. I was introspective by nature. I always wanted to know why. This was considered an irritant by my elders until I reached a certain age, and then I was told it was a strength. While I think a certain level of introspection and intentional philosophizing is healthy, […]