Regrettably, we don’t always need someone else to lead us down the garden path of sophistry; we’re very capable walkers, thanks, and feel sure we can find it unassisted.
In fairness to Alice, judging by our recently-concluded tour of the wonder-land of ideas, we must concede that the books generally do lack pictures. Conversations, however …
The Great Conversation: Authortity—Part V By Gabriel Blanchard The authority of the scholar contains certain ironies that may not show at a glance … This post is Part
The Great Conversation: Technology—Part II By Gabriel Blanchard What does technology, especially with its peculiar relationship to information, bode for our future? Go here for Part I. The
The Great Conversation: Technology—Part I By Gabriel Blanchard We live in a technological age; we have a vague sense that that means our world is in some sense
St. Hildegard of Bingen: “The Sibyl of the Rhine” By Gabriel Blanchard Today we discuss the life and times of a renaissance woman—albeit the rennaissance in question was