Monthly Archives: July 2014

Kierkegaard: Truth is Subjectivity

Poor Soren Kierkegaard, he never gets his due. Partly because he was Danish, and the ethnocentrism of most philosophers leaves him out. Of course the other reason Kierkegaard is so often ignored is that what he writes is harsh and … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Improving College Education

As a professor, here is my humble take: The K-12 system needs to improve; too many students arrive in college without the skills needed to complete college work. Both primary and secondary educational advisers need to do a much better … Continue reading

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The New Alchemists

There are some who claim they can read tea leaves. You can’t of course, not unless you have the proper training and years of experience; at least that’s the story. But though that detritus at the bottom of cup means … Continue reading

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