by Paul North An informal talk before first-time college goers, the summer before their first year at an Ivy League university. How does it feel when your group's social practices bring the world to the brink of destruction? How does...

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What College is for (on the Eve of an Apocalypse) or The Copper Virtues

by Paul North 

 

An informal talk before first-time college goers, the summer before their first year at an Ivy League university.

MtRedoubtedit1How does it feel when your group's social practices bring the world to the brink of destruction? How does it feel when no one can legitimately deny this fact any...

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Perceptions

Shirazeh Houshiary east window 2008 St Martin

Shirazeh Houshiary. East Window of the Church of St. Martin In the Fields, London. 2008.

 

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Was Austin an experimental philosopher?

by Dave Maier

 

Epistemology books (in the previous century anyway) pretty much all start out the same way. Epistemology is the philosophy of knowledge, and so the first thing we have to do is to determine What Knowledge Is, before then going on to find out how best to get it, confirm that we have...

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Benedictine Dreams (And Some Strange Ideas about Counter-Culture)

bby Leanne Ogasawara

IMG_9796I admit, the only reason I picked the book up off the shelf was because of the photograph of Mont Saint-Michel on the cover.

Ah, Mont Saint-Michel. We had just returned from the legendary floating island, and I had found myself utterly obsessed by the place. A fairy castle...

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CATSPEAK

by Brooks Riley

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