by Jason Stotts
Last year, 2014, was an exceptionally busy year. I worked on revising my book Eros and Ethos and my MA in Clinical Psychology. Something about full-time grad school and working full-time, in addition to working on Eros and Ethos, hasn’t left me as much time as I would have liked to write essays for Erosophia. Nevertheless, there were some really good essays this year which I hope you’ll enjoy.
A couple of other updates. Eros and Ethos should be published in the Fall, if all goes well. I’ll post updates as it gets closer and we finalize the date. The Erosophia Podcast continues to grow and become more popular. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you really should. Finally, I went to Catalystcon in the Fall and met lots of people. Hopefully this year, I’ll be giving a presentation.
Top Essays of 2014:
The potential covers for Eros and Ethos. The final version will be announced right before Eros and Ethos is published.
Ayn Rand didn’t like pornography, but not because she thought sex was base. So why didn’t she like pornography?
The Obama administration is attacking porn and guns. Since they know most people don’t operate on principle and will only defend the liberty their party sanctions, they can divide us and take away our liberties piecemeal.
Part of a recent proposal I wrote for Eros and Ethos that talks about why I’m writing it and what I want to accomplish.
I really enjoyed Perv, but I think it suffers from a fundamental lack of integrating philosophy.
How do we know we’re in a sexual situation as opposed to a nonsexual situation? It sounds simple enough, but there’s more here than meets the eye.
I don’t believe in “porn addiction.” Guess who does? Religion. Guess what group of people is most likely to think they are porn addicts? Religious people.
I’ve written about male anal sexuality before, but somehow I haven’t written about female anal sexuality. In this essay, I tackle that topic with some real advice about how to get started with female anal sexuality.
To live authentically is a powerful choice in life and will help you to create the life you really want.
In this essay, I explore the idea of “intuitionism” to see if it has any basis in the real world. Does it give us special access to truth? Does it give us direct access to knowledge? It does give us something, but maybe not what you think it is.