Monthly Archives: May 2017

Make It All Up

Iain McGilchrist Epistemology establishes how we understand reality, what we believe the world to be made up of. If library directors do not have a way of knowing what is, how are they to know how to act in a … Continue reading

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Straight ‘Poiethics’ But With a Beat

NOWHERE TO RUN There’s nowhere to run in marriage Working and paying everyday for wanting her, But if you’d leap, like Screamin’ Jay Hawkins, Past the shadow curved around her, into whatever’s left in your coffin, You could rip free … Continue reading

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Free Play Futility and the solidarity of variability

Free Play Softball League, a confrere open to anyone 16-96 who has the chops to enjoin a game that references an ethic, that a game may be literally played as an experiment in learning how to play the game itself, … Continue reading

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As If, a yoga of the practice of irony in a cosmos of contingency

A leading moral and political philosopher, Kwame Anthony Appiah is Professor of Philosophy and Law at New York University. He explores the ideas of the philosopher Hans Vahinger, who argued that our theories of the world involved understanding things “as … Continue reading

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Teaching Cartoon: man unable to ‘splain

Man unable to ‘splain the argument for reducing desire.

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