Wed Aug 25 2010 19:28 Kung Fu Monkey: LEVERAGE #311 "The Rashomon Job" Question Post: in which I get weirdly intellectually schmoopy about "Leverage"'s "The Rashomon Job"
Sun Aug 15 2010 12:16 http://www.flyingghoti.net/blogs/personal/comment.php?comment=56849&disp=full: an aphorism/insight/inspiration that's helped me a lot
Mon Jul 12 2010 15:59 Dr. Rivka - Life and Death Situations: "My job, when I meet a suicidal person, is uncomplicated. It is my job to stand with the part of the person that wants to live.....Why is it that there is literally no disaster, no tragedy, no collection of problems so severe that our society argues that a person ought to be allowed to die rather than suffer them – EXCEPT for physical degeneration?"
Tue Dec 29 2009 17:46 Redefining Property: Lessons from American History | QuestionCopyright.org: points reader to http://www.gutenberg.org/files/28148/28148-h/28148-h.htm - proslavery arguments
Tue Nov 17 2009 20:24 [M]etabrain [E]ntry [L]og » Blog Archive » The Invisible Traceback: "blockers that make potential contributors drop out (and how to fix them)" looking forward to the transcript
Sun Dec 07 2008 03:20 EST http://www.boingboing.net/2008/12/04/studying-the-emotion.html: I have been lucky enough to enjoy admiration, awe, and elevation several times in my adulthood. Connected to Bolt-Taylor's right-brained thinking?
Mon Oct 27 2008 09:07 EST Swampland - TIME.com » Blog Archive The Full Obama Interview «: He just came up with "lurch from crisis to trance" off the cuff, what beautiful phrasing. Kevin Guilfoile is right about Bartletry.
Sun Sep 28 2008 01:26 EST Help Wanted -- We're Launching the Ghost Works Survey | QuestionCopyright.org: What works did you consider making but discard due to copyright worries?
Mon Sep 22 2008 16:14 EST The Competitive Spectrum Pattern - Yahoo! Design Pattern Library: Haphazardly adding point systems to communities can cause schisms & heartbreak
Sat Sep 20 2008 09:45 EST What’s so great about the family anyway? — Crooked Timber: What are the goods a family makes? Also in the comments a really civilized "how does that data work?" argument!
Sat Jul 12 2008 08:23 EST Crooked Timber » » Why Did The Fathers of the American Revolution Hate America?: Another reminder of why I read CT. Also I didn't do enough talking smack about the British on the 4th of July.
Sat May 31 2008 07:32 EST BBC NEWS | Europe | Swiss hold crunch citizenship vote: Need to examine my reflexes that say "citizenship should be given via law, not vote"
Wed May 28 2008 06:12 EST Majikthise : Real-life liar paradox may lead to criminal charges in Massachusetts: Leonard called as expert witness thanks to one philosophy paper he wrote in college
Mon Apr 28 2008 22:57 EST You are the river: An interview with Ken Wilber | Salon Life: Hmm, this just might not be total crap.
Sun Apr 06 2008 11:25 EST The Situationist International Text Library/The Society of the Spectacle : "Society of the Spectacle" to read free online
Sun Nov 04 2007 13:49 EST Antony Flew - Atheism - God - Books - Authors and Writers - New York Times: A reputation made at 27 and unmade, or remade, at 84; the dangers of senescence; dark currents in the community of discourse.
Thu Oct 25 2007 09:26 EST Software Programming and the Economics of Trust vs. Transactions > Trusted Advisor Associates > Trust Matters: Watch out for the assumptions and ideologies that value transactional efficiency instead of building relationships or foundations for the long term
Thu Jul 05 2007 14:13 PST NARA | The Declaration of Independence: A Transcription: Let's teach the US Declaration of Independence in English/Lit class, not just History. The brilliance of "let Facts be submitted to a candid world."
Sat Jun 30 2007 17:40 PST GCU Dancer on the Midway - Your pragma ran over my dogma: Strong skeptics just don't grok people who are fine with irrational rituals
Fri Jun 22 2007 05:53 PST Muslims’ Veils Test Limits of Britain’s Tolerance - New York Times: I'm leery and conflicted about various veils, but that bit near the end where she feels empowered because men want to see her and can't - that I like
Wed Jun 13 2007 09:23 PST http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Illusion_of_control: No, statistics, it's my ILLUSION! Also, meditations on perceptions of self-efficacy, depression, and the Bush Administration. Not Buddhism, which might belong.
Fri Jun 08 2007 18:20 PST blog.pmarca.com: How to hire the best people you've ever worked with: Marc Andreessen and Paul Graham believe that startups shouldn't bother hiring people who care about anything but career
Wed Jun 06 2007 05:54 PST [M]etabrain[E]ntry[L]og: Olin students are slackers.: Like the person said about MIT teaching "a kind of fearlessness" -- is Olin next?
Thu May 31 2007 06:15 PST http://tieguy.org/blog/2007/05/29/discuss-amongst-yourselves/#comment-21829: connecting Grice with perceptions of arrogance and the tact filter
Sun May 06 2007 12:54 PST MacLeans Canada - Blogs | Jaime J. Weinman: TV Guidance: extremely concise connection-making and articulation of The Problem Of Insiderness
Fri Jan 12 2007 20:39 PST Adventures in Philosophy: A Brief History of Recent Philosophy: Not sure what's going on here
Sun Sep 10 2006 17:40 PST From "Philosophy Before Socrates": But they were not in the position of nineteenth-century aSouth Sea islanders confronted by just one prestigious civilization with its ancient and well-established religion. They faced two such civilizations, the Egyptian and the Mesopotamian, each with its own pantheon, mythology, and views on the origin on the world. In this unusual if not historically unique situation, it is understandable that afew highly intelligent and reflective people should have come to question their own religious tradition and the others as well, inventing and developing ways of examining beliefs for their plausibility and intelligibility.
Fri Feb 03 2006 20:01 PST http://www.gutenberg.org/files/17490/17490-h/17490-h.htm\: Hey, remember when Socrates got totally stoned?
Mon Jan 24 2005 16:53 PST Squashed Philosophers- Condensed Plato Aristotle Augustine Descartes Hume Marx Freud Copernicus Hobbes Sartre Ayer Sade Wittgenstein Einstein: nice use of multiple levels of summary
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