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Lost Civilisations and the "inner heart of man" Rebecca Welshman

In 1867, when the eighteen-year-old Richard Jefferies was thinking about writing his spiritual autobiography, an anonymous article titled ‘Snow’ in Sharpe’s London Magazine identified the hopeful promise of a new era in store for the soul: 1,327 more words


Paris Day 2

Sorry for the delay in posts…school has gotten really busy with projects and finals all going on over the next two weeks, so I haven’t had much time to go through pictures or write about anything and I was in Spain over the weekend, so that didn’t help either! 336 more words

The Louvre

I’m not even going to pretend to try and tell you what you should see at the Louvre. I know virtually nothing about the history of art. 820 more words


Figma News Fridays 10/17/14

Welcome to Figma News Fridays! I was going to write this post earlier, but some awesome news was revealed later today which makes me glad to have waited. 789 more words


Hard (Melodic) Cases Make Bad (Melodic) Law

Jonathan L. Friedmann, Ph.D.

“Hard cases make bad law.” This legal maxim cautions against seeking general principles in the extremes. A case that is hard, either because it is unusually complicated or emotionally loaded, occupies disputed territory outside of the uncontroversial center. 391 more words