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Generation X and the Arts: Meet Generation X-pert Sabra Crockett (Part 2)

This week is Part Two of our Generation X-pert conversation with Sabra Crockett, owner of Sabra Lynne Decorative Painting, LLC in Louisville, KY. (You can check out Part One… 1,413 more words


Is it really any wonder?

We are an evangelical people. How we ever got a reputation for practicality and common sense is a mystery historians will one day have to unravel.

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A Meditation on Supply Chains and Adding Real Value in the World

For a long time I’ve been concerned and even worried about the many “middle men” between factories and consumers, and the costs that this incurs all along the way. 1,130 more words


Second guessing vs audience guessing

The Freudian super ego is misunderstood. It’s not about a huge ego it’s about the social mirror, the audience effect.

An effect that in all previous societies was turned off most of the time which we now have access to all of the time. 758 more words


Babette Babich | Life is a Test: On Ivan Illich

Below American philosopher Babette Babich talks about Ivan Illich’s political philosophy of being human. Babich is known for her studies of Nietzsche, Heidegger, Adorno, and Hölderlin as well as for substantive contributions to scholarly discussion of the role of politics in institutional philosophy as well as gender in the academy. 446 more words