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As I see it, there are two ways we arrive at conclusions about the world, and act on them: we can think critically (which entails some attempt at objectivity, logic, investigation, appeals to evidence, etc); or we can think associatively (which … Continue reading
Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time into his mother’s womb, and be born? (John 3:4 KJV) I love this portrait of Thomas Jefferson. In good Neoclassical … Continue reading
Watching the clip below, I couldn’t help but think of the bindings and loosings in Blake’s poetry, and one line especially (from his poem, “Infant Sorrow”): Into the dangerous world I lept. Anyway, it’s a bit nervy to watch, but also … Continue reading