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The Argument for Tradition

Ask anyone to give an intellectual defence of many of the daily habits, practices, customs and norms that they engage in, and you will be hard pressed to find a good, theoretical answer. 2,437 more words



“… and there will be an infinity
smouldering beneath the sweet abyss.”
Silvio Rodríguez.

Sometimes I write things; things that come to me from places suffocated by darkness as dense as the deepest horror. 376 more words


Disability, Identity, Role Models, and Philosophy

The excellent article copied below was penned by none other than disabled philosopher Joe Stramondo. Among other things, I was very happy to read about the important role that Paul Steven Miller played in the development of Joe’s identity as disabled. 1,519 more words

Critical Analysis

Pixy Liao – Experimental Relationship Vol.1 (2007-2017)

Pixy Liao – Experimental Relationship Vol.1 (2007-2017)

Photographer: Pixy Liao, born in Shanghai, China; resides in Brooklyn, NY

Publisher: Jiazazhi Press, Ningbo, China; © 2018… 647 more words

Photo Book Discussions


There once was a woman
who lived in fear

She wrapped all her memories
and kept them near

She boarded the windows
and locked all the doors… 116 more words

Everything I Needed to Unlearn I Learned from Sid Meier's Civilization

I’ve been playing Sid Meier’s Civilization my whole video-game-playing life. If you don’t know it, it’s a slow strategy game that models the origins of “civilization” through the near future. 1,573 more words

Playing Video Games