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Exegesis and Hermeneutics

Lughnasa                                              Waning Harvest Moon “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” – Aristotle While the empirical method, the theory of falsifiability and scientific rigor make it an article of … Continue reading

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Text, Reader, Learning

Lughnasa                                                                              Waning Honey Extraction Moon Been feelin’ tired, a bit lowdown.  Got a good nap this afternoon and better. Latin today was a bit more encouraging than I had anticipated.  My translation was not so far off, I hadn’t pursued … Continue reading

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The 4th of July

Mid-Summer                                                     Waxing Honey Flow Moon Independence Day.  Celebrating our ancestor’s victory over the British army and considering how their enlightenment ideals apply to our time.  Happy 4th of July! For an unreconstructed radical like myself, these are trying times.  I … Continue reading

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