Monthly Archives: July 2015

Concrete Thoughts

Liberal education works! I have been thinking about this for several weeks as I renovate the second floor kid’s bathroom, and the thought provides me with no end of pleasure (and humor) when I think about the two senses in which it is true. … Continue reading

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Liberal Education Works Vol: 17

Ahhhhhhhhh…..Summer 2015! And what is it that the liberally educated man does during those lazy hazy days of summer? Does he spend his summer like a Greek or a Roman? Does he sip iced tea, reading Aristotle’s Ethics reclining in a deck chair on … Continue reading

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My Apology to The Supreme Court of The United States of America

I meant to have written this little post several weeks ago before the Supreme Court announced its decision in Obergefell v. Hodges. Obviously, the nation had a right to know what the ancient pagan Greeks would say about Marriage, and I am … Continue reading

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