When I do lectures in this class, I will post the audio files here. Doing this lets students be a little more free to engage
What makes our praxis specifically AnarchoCynic concerns how we take on none of the authority to be gained from established hierarchies, seek to take no privileged position
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.
We began with me sharing some ideas about the connection between prayer and thinking. We discussed Poem 27 of the Dào Dé Jing along with
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As I rested today, I missed the opportunity to be out there exploring. T. S. Eliot eloquently spoke of…