What is Daylight Reveries?

This blog contains my two-bit ideas and short takes about politics, political philosophy, and philosophy. Daylight Reveries is primarily about ideas, not opinions. Opinions are based on a person’s constantly shifting moods and whims, while ideas are absolute.

In the story Journey to the West, there was a pillar placed at the bottom of the ocean to stabilize the chaos of the water. Without the pillar, the sea roars and torrents swirl in complete chaos. The chaotic waters are like opinions, while an idea is an immobile pillar that stills it. We live in an age where we are exposed to way too much opinions, and far too few ideas.

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Political philosophy, science, philosophy


Michael Huang

"Nothing contributes so much to tranquillize the mind as a steady purpose–––a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye."