I just saw the moving and profound documentary “No Place on Earth.” It tells the story of caving enthusiast Chris Nicola 1993 visit to Ukraine Continue reading Review of “No Place on Earth”
In Being and Nothingness, Sartre uses transcendence to describe the relation of the self to the object oriented world, as well as our concrete relations with others.
My friend Lawrence Rifkin published another great piece the other day in the Huffington Post “Transcendence for Realists.” Continue reading “Transcendence for Realists”
Painting of seven-year-old Charles Darwin in 1816.
My friend Lawrence Rifkin published a nice piece in the Huffington Post the other day “Was Darwin Really A Genius.” Continue reading Darwin: Was He a Genius?
I’ve noticed another phenomenon of not writing a post for almost two weeks now. Not only is playing good for you, as I mentioned in my last post, but I find that various ideas simmer in my head even when I’m not writing about them. Continue reading Letting Ideas Simmer
Playfulness by Paul Manship
My June 10, 2015 post marked the 193rd consecutive day I had written a post. And then 3 days without a post. What’s up with that? Continue reading Play is Good For You