Monthly Archives: December 2013

Seeing and the Existence of the Seen

0. This is not the post which, in the immediately previous post, I indicated the next post would be. Let me explain why. In that immediately previous post, published on December 30th, in which I presented some statements of some … Continue reading

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Theories of Knowledge and Theories of Linguistic Representation in Parallel Outline 1

0. I have found myself turning my attention to literature and the philosophy of literature, more specifically to the literature that is the fictional narrative represented the short story and the novel and the philosophy thereof. This is one of … Continue reading

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The Publication of Boon Island. A True Story of Mutiny Shipwreck and Cannibalism

Wandering a bit off-topic, albeit with good reason, I have just been reminded of the publication of Boon Island. A True Story of Mutiny Shipwreck and Cannibalism, a book co-authored by my first cousin, once removed, Andrew (actually,really, he’s still … Continue reading

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Nelson Mandela. A Very Brief Note

In Nelson Mandela we have been seen an illustration of human, not perfection, but greatness.

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An Amusing Oddity of the Pimsleur French Program

As I noted in “Reading Alain Badiou’s “Being and Event” 1: An Introduction (Or Perhaps Not),” way back on July 24 of this year, one of the goals I have set for myself is that of taking up again the project of … Continue reading

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