The biggest problem with those who begin coordinating rigged facts into weak–and very often invalid–arguments is that they have given up critique for criticism and argument for arguing.
The current mainstream debate regarding the crisis in Iraq and Syria offers a near perfect example of both the death of historical memory and the
My good colleague Robert Frodeman and his friend Chris Buczinsky take a crack at rethinking how to keep the humanities something that resonates to 21st
Q: If I follow this Way, and refrain from intellectual prooesscs and conceptual thinking, shall I be cenain of attaining the goal? A: Such non-intellection ts following
“When thoughts arise, then do all things arise. When thoughts vanish, then do all things vanish.” Huangbo Xiyun, Chan Teachings Thinking can be done mindfully
The problem with “I’m entitled to my opinion” is that, all too often, it’s used to shelter beliefs that should have been abandoned. It becomes