There are books in which the footnotes or comments scrawled by some reader’s hand in the margin are more interesting than the text. The world is one of these books.
191: Santayana, George. The Philosophy of Santayana: Selections from the Works of George Santayana. US: Modern Library, 1936. 595 pp.
- 100: Philosophy and Psychology… 286 more words
For the last few months, whenever I have thought that I have a decently interesting idea to write about, I’ve almost immediately countered that thought with something like, “Well, that’s pretty much just a recapitulation of what someone else has already said, and chances are, they’ve articulated it better than I ever could.” 610 more words
Editor’s Note: While The Millenary is a luxury title and the subject matter at hand seems a little divorced from our core ethos, the truth is, intellect and knowledge are fast becoming rare and thus, a luxury in itself. 286 more words