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On Logic

Following the collapse of the Roman Empire in the fifth century, much of Aristotle’s work was lost in the West. Some of these had been translated from Greek to Latin by the scribe Boethius. 510 more words

Josh Behrens


I am a poor cricket player, yet it is a fine way to spend a day. A company I worked at had an annual game with a client, played on the beautifully tended grounds of a fine manor house in southern England. 378 more words


Well I made my bed today, there was quite a bit of skill involved...

“Sean, I just wanted to message you and say, I thought what you did on Saturday was a complete load of rubbish, I bet you’re the kind of person who gets all excited over that Tracey Emin and her stupid bloody bed, in fact I know you are, where’s the skill in what people like you do!!? 95 more words


One of Tracey Emin’s most iconic and at the time controversial pieces first shown in the Turner Prize, My Bed is returning to Tate Britain after 15 years and will be shown along side a selection of six of her most recent drawings and two of her favourite paintings by Francis Bacon. 150 more words

Art And Culture Both Mainstream And Underground

Frances Bacon

Francis Bacon produced post-war art that was to some extent grotesque and gives a traumatic view on the effects of the war. He shows us what was happening inside the soldiers as their minds were fractured and they were no longer themselves he shows this through the distortion of their faces. 43 more words

Francis Bacon

Science AND the Glory of God

Science and the Glory of God

(From Wallbuilders, March 27, 2015)

The heavens declare the glory of God;
And the firmament shows His handiwork.
(Psalm 19:1)
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