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Joyful Noise

Joyful Noise
Lent 16

“Hello, darkness, my old friend.” It may seem like an odd way to start an article about sound but these words were the opening to one of the most iconic songs of the latter half of the twentieth century. 1.063 more words

Sappho Revisited: Favorite Fragments Sewn Together

This post is for someone who might be a lover of ancient poetry as well as new. I thought you might appreciate the transcendent quality of random Sappho fragments.   371 more words

Virtue is relative to the actions and ages of each of us in all that we do. – Plato

"The Nether's" Virtual Reality Addresses Age-Old Questions in Future Worlds

In Plato’s Republic, Socrates converses with his student Glaucon on the nature of reality and representation. In order to explain the perils of fictional representation (i.e. 847 more words

By Sara

Romantic love is so incredibly overrated

Not that I would ever refrain from Passion and Romance,
but between Eros and Agape, I wouldn´t waver a second to 35 more words
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THE POSSIBILITIES OF INQUIRY: MENO’S PARADOX FROM SOCRATES TO SEXTUS, CHAPTER 1

THE POSSIBILITIES OF INQUIRY: MENO’S PARADOX FROM SOCRATES TO SEXTUS

Written by Gail Fine, 2014.

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION

The Introductory chapter of Fine’s book sets the premises for the whole book. 3.424 more words

Philosophy