Monthly Archives: December 2013
A New Year’s Eve Reflection
Considering consciousness through Heidegger’s Poetry, Language, Thought What can we discover but some concealed aspect of self always already in the world? Reflection lights appearance with the eye of apperception. There the building of dwelling being arises to wed the seeming … Continue reading
Bridging the Two Cultures: Arts and humanities can learn a lot from understanding basic scientific concepts.
Bridging the Two Cultures: Arts and humanities can learn a lot from understanding basic scientific concepts. An article by a friend of mine that really hits the nail on the head. This is worth a read; check it out.
Symbolic Weaponry: The Book Gun
There is something about this image that seems inexplicably apropos. Loaded knowledge, here as language, can be weaponized and used forcefully in its original form. However, when turned into a metametaphor, what happens to the message? Something that is meant … Continue reading
My life in you becomes a living dream— reality without a gravity. between the spheres I cannot find a seam dividing good from good’s depravity. between our eyes a portal opens wide, a hall of mirrors, in yours I see … Continue reading
So that I do not miss out on jumping on this bandwagon, here’s my shelfie. Look how hip and with the times I am.
Changing Education Paradigms
RSA Animate of Sir Ken Robbinson’s TEDTalk “Changing Paradigms” This may be one of the most valuable accounts of the existing flaws in American pedagogy and how we can resolve some of these problems from the bottom up, if administrators … Continue reading
Inside the Box : People don’t actually like creativity.
Inside the Box : People don’t actually like creativity. Not a surprise to creative individuals: mass man doesn’t really like “creativity,” no matter how much people sling the word around.
© 2012 Jasper James Photography Man breaks those windows silvered with years of regret— ice melts into streams.
Hyperbole and a Half
Hyperbole and a Half One of my favorite things, even without any brown paper packages tied up with strings.
Heidegger on Dwelling as Being
A Note Regarding Ethics
A Note Regarding Ethics.
Reading Heidegger and Shakespeare Toward a Poetic God
Reading Heidegger and Shakespeare Toward a Poetic God.
Duality – opening tonight!
The Present Benefits of Living in the Past
A Letter to Students at Semester’s End
Fare thee well, fellow travellers! It has been a pleasure getting to know all of you through your writing and in-class dialogue. We have traveled far and wide across many intellectual landscapes. Thank you for your hard work. Together we … Continue reading
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