Robert C. Priddy has a background of many decades in the study of philosophy, human sciences (especially sociology, psychology) and in the investigation of religion and spirituality in numerous forms. His writings range across many subjects, not least the philosophy of science and the critique of religion, sects and cults. Some of these important to understanding non-theism and the reasons for its validity are as follows:
- THE HUMAN EGO – & CONFUSED DOCTRINE OF EGOLESSNESS Analysis of self-denigratory ideas based on a narrow, puritan idea of what the ego is and should be.
- SCIENCE AND THE UNKNOWN The question fo ‘the unknown’ and the role of faith, common sense and science in relation to it.
- THE POSSIBLE ROLE OF ‘ELEMENTALS’ IN PSYCHIC OR PARA-NORMAL EXPERIENCE The alleged ‘existence’ of elementals as a means to explain reported para-normal events and experiences. A critical examination.
- STUDY OF IDEAS OF ETERNAL, UNCONDITIONAL, SELFLESS LOVE How the idea of love is ‘sublimated’ to an otherworldly realm and become anti-life and a subtle means to manipulate and control people
- UNITY AS A SPIRITUAL IDEAL and how such ideas function to suppress, manipulate and denigrate the diversity of existence, cultures and unique individuality.
- GOD IS EVERYTHING, EVERYTHING IS GOD? The great generalization and its logical consequences examined
- EVOLVING INTELLIGENCE, STARTING POINT FOR HUMAN UNDERSTANDING
- TREATISE ON FREEDOM AND FATE, CAUSE AND CHOICE