About the Blog

We are not philosophers and yet we dare to write in a philosophical mood. We do this because the philosophical way is an uncovering way. Our audience is undoubtedly ‘rare‘, most certainly ‘curious’, and most probably ‘restless’ and ‘anxious’ for progressive change.

If we are to connect then we will need to share a feeling of discomfort or uncertainty about the nihilisms that make up the paradigm (the global worldview) in which we are immersed, and which we call reality.

Our aim is to uncover the dangers of that nihilistic paradigm and open the doors toward possibilities ofprogressively orientated and human empowering purpose. We look for solid purposiveness, anchored in the authentic condition of the human and the Universe that envelopes and supports us, engendered by reality rather than faith, and ultimately solid because of that.

We are all on the same boat … but we have lost sight of the sea … and our captain is not drunk yet, but quite obviously incompetent … it’s time to take hold of the wheel ourselves and get back on course …




Dismantling the Paradigm

Desmantelando el paradigma


… author of novels When Sirens Call, Art Wars, Purgatory (The Terra Australis Incognita Part 1)  see Amazon page; short stories (you can find some here or look for ‘A dog’s name’; ‘The Cold Submission? or ‘Resolution 666’ at Verity La)


… see his theatre group web sites Ñu Teatro; children’s educational theatre Ñu Accents; or read Hamlet Rex)


Music: see Madadkin or listen to the album Abominable Preachers on Spotify 

The eternal student of life… of the real and the imaginary, of the sentient and the rational; a lover of logos.

The teacher… of theatre and language

Binational (British and Australian); bilingual – in a fashion – (English and Spanish)

7 thoughts on “About the Blog

  1. Thank you for following Malcolm’s Corner and liking ‘Imagine Your Children Are Dead’. Having looked at some of your posts I look forward to some interesting discussions 🙂

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