Philosophy has five main branches: metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, politics, and esthetics. Metaphysics deals with the fundamental nature of existence; epistemology deals with the fundamental nature of man's means of knowledge and its role in understanding existence; ethics is the application of these two branches to how man ought to live; politics deals with how men ought to interact in a social context, including establishing a government; and esthetics deals with the role that art plays in presenting a philosophy in readily perceivable forms.
Along with the five main branches of philosophy, I have added a section for the special sciences (or applications).
Because these essays were not originally intended to be subdivided into philosophic categories, there is a lot of overlap in the writings.
movie review Armageddon (1998)
movie review Space Cowboys (2000)
movie review Spider-man (2002)
TV review Andromeda (2000)
The Aether (1998)
Here is a Clue (1993)
Productive Independency [Romantic call to loveliness] (1993)
Just a Little Whisper [call me my love] (2014)
yea to architecture (1998)
For commonly terms used in the visual arts prints and posters category, see my glossary page.