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Ordinary Philosophy by Amy Cools
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Frederick Douglass c. 1855, and the first edition of his first newspaper The North Star, Dec 3 1847, public domain via the Library of ..read more
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US Capitol Building under repair, Washington DC, photo 2016 by Amy Cools Like so many others, I’m deeply disturbed, and yes, ..read more
In the course of my journey following the life of Frederick Douglass in 2016, I was so glad to have the opportunity to visit the place in ..read more
Portrait of Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677), ca. 1665, by an unknown artist A Reason to BelieveSpinoza’s Explication of the Many Facets of ..read more
Aimé-Fernand-David Césaire was a poet, playwright, philosopher, and politician from Martinique. In his long life (he was born on June 26 ..read more
WVO Quine on the Bluenose II in Halifax, Nova Scotia, photo courtesy of Douglas Quine The emphases in my undergraduate education in ..read more
Brain illustration from The Principles and Practice of Medicine…’ by W Osler, 1904, public domain via Wikimedia Commons Within the ..read more
Adam Smith statue on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland Adam Smith was a philosophical disciple and life-long friend of David Hume, and ..read more
Joan of Arc by Amy Cools, about 1998. My mental image of her then was influenced by popular iconography and films, much of it which, as I ..read more
Julia Ward Howe, ca. 1855 Julia Ward Howe, poet, and activist, was born on May 27, 1819, and lived a long life ever dedicated to social ..read more

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