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In the Kingdom's Name

In the Kingdom’s Name (Guardian of Scotland) by Amy Jarecki


Can history rewrite itself? As the time of treachery draws near, hope is but a fleeting whisper. 704 more words

Historical Romance Novel

Highlands and Hairy Coos

Yesterday, I stuck my toes in the only lake in Scotland; the Lake of Menteith.

While there are a lot of Lochs there is only one lake or so we learned on the Hairy Coo Tour. 562 more words


The Trial and Execution of William Wallace (Intro by Dershowitz)

Our Book of the Week tells the final chapter of the story of the much-beloved Scottish hero, William Wallace. While most may be familiar with this legend from the acclaimed movie “ 1,079 more words



Winner: Pluto

Pluto seems to do way better in Mistress Daphne’s absence. Tonight he led from start to finish and missed only one question. Did you know that Poland’s popuation suffered the highest % of deaths of any country in WWII? 496 more words

William Wallace Monument

We’re in the train on our way back to Aberdeen. Here’s what we can see out the window:

Before leaving Stirling we walked to the William Wallace Monument. 211 more words


Ontology of Law, Values and Time

In his “The Elements of Philosophy” Wallace write that “law as a measure and rule must be homogenous with what it measures with what it measure, the homogeneity of human law with the community whose acts it rules is found initially in the derivation of the first human law, the constitution, from the community of free men.” Law as a measure is like that of economic value and time. 142 more words