Category Archives: Others’
This experiment involves signing off of all social media sites like it’s Lent and I have self control. It is Thursday of week one, and since Monday I have: Taken zero cat pictures Eaten five undocumented meals (two were foreign but non-violent, … Continue reading
This is what iambic pentameter looks like through speech science measures. Research report coming. Stay tuned!
for Danielle on her 31st I read or dreamt somewhere that friendship is an honor set upon you—that deep part of life you experience expansively, a moral extension that creates the value of living well. Perhaps I made it up, … Continue reading
This seems like the kind of boredom worth promoting. http://www.wnyc.org/series/bored-and-brilliant/
Thinking on Ray Bradbury’s The Illustrated Man, this came to mind: “And this tattooing, had been the work of a departed prophet and seer of his island, who, by those hieroglyphic marks, had written out on his body a complete … Continue reading
Poetics of Obligation. Andy Amato, PhD
A bit of honesty worth thinking over.
Author: Andy Amato, PhD The ancient Greek soul (psyche) seems to find its greatest powers in the ability to be fascinated or awed, an insatiable appetite for all things beautiful, and a habituated talent for apprehending details and vividly recounting them. … Continue reading
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
A Note Regarding Ethics.
Reading Heidegger and Shakespeare Toward a Poetic God.