Poems & Prose of Atonement

In this companion to The Diary of Atonement, the poems and prose present as assorted language games bespeaking the The Diary thesis that identity is a paradox, as two-faced, including as good and evil. I invite you to find the book provocative, inviting your criticism, as a mind-challenging exercise in thinking for yourself, and especially about yourself. And why not? More

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About Bart Keegan

Bart Anthony Keegan, Ph.D., lives quietly in London pursuing his foremost interest: the philosophy of suffering. During his sojourns in England and Australia, he studied divinity and philosophy and began to question the meaning of life, the sense that theologians and philosophers made of it. This interest gradually focused on how to think about anything at all and the logic that is used as the tool of thinking. Bart met up with Anselm’s proof for the existence of God and this changed entirely the direction of his interest. In that moment, he began to question if the way we think is in need of radical change from the root: the axioms of thought themselves. The Diary of Atonement is the fruit of Bart’s questioning: It offers up as the thesis that each identity—person or thing—in the story of the world is an atonement of opposites: a paradox.

Bart invites discussion regarding his work: trabkeegan@talktalk.net

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