Monthly Archives: August 2012

Revolution

One problem with being a betrayed teacher, an unpublished writer, an inventor whose innovations are perverted while they are stolen is that I benefit from little feedback. I chose my words with care, with flair, with style, originality: trouble is, … Continue reading

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ShSon, Epistemology / Cosmology

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Meta-Oxymoron / Shakespeare – Renaissance Background Basics / Like most of us my first contact with Shakespeare was through school assignment. Somewhere early in … Continue reading

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Shakespeare’s Renaissance

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Meta-Oxymoron / Shakespeare – Renaissance Background Basics / For the moment [1997] I only wish to make a few simple points about Shakespeare’s Renaissance. … Continue reading

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Judgment Bible

Some churches present something they call The Bible as “the inerrant word of God.” Many churches do not. All serious Bible scholars, check out Bart Ehrman’s reports on the subject, know that there is no universal human agreement on what … Continue reading

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Courtly Love & the Medieval Ladder of Love

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Scholarship / Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Meta-Oxymoron / Shakespeare – Renaissance Background Basics / @ K. c. 1997 Christian Orthodoxy inhabits a hierarchical world. Each thing in it has a … Continue reading

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Eidetic Age

When we’re infants we don’t have much in the way of ideas about our perceptions: we just know that we have them and that they seem to improve with experience. As we age, and keep aging, if its our fortune … Continue reading

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Roads & Walls

Something there is that does not love a wall, wrote Frost. Something there is that does love roads! Romans built roads, the better to push Roman goods, Roman rule. We’re still doing it. We don’t want a biosphere; we want … Continue reading

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