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  • Samurai Champloo: Graffiti and Baseball in Old Japan

    Samurai Champloo: Graffiti Baseball Japan

    This post originally appeared in The Valve in August of 2006. I’m reprinting it here for several reasons. In the first place, the screen shots no longer show... Read more

    The 22 May 2013 by   Bbenzon
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  • Yoga as Religion

    Yoga Religion

    Over at aeon, Erik Davis has posted a fantastic piece that attempts to answer the slippery question: Is yoga a religion? On its face, the question appears simpl... Read more

    The 04 May 2013 by   Cris
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  • Religion Rabbit-Holes

    Religion Rabbit-Holes

    Using the holiday as an excuse for not doing something more productive, I spent the morning delving into the rabbit-hole that is The New Yorker‘s copious... Read more

    The 27 May 2013 by   Cris
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  • Türkçe Olarak Yazmayı Öğrenme

    Türkçe Olarak Yazmayı Öğrenme

    Photo courtesy of iStockphoto.This blog article, which in English is titled “Learning to Write in Turkish,” is a bit atypical for me. Read more

    The 12 May 2013 by   Realizingresonance
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  • May Sinclair, Novelist and Philosopher

    Sinclair, Novelist Philosopher

    May SinclairLate in April on the Pea Soup blog, there was a query about philosophy in novels. I discovered that one such book was by Mrs. Humphry Ward (aka... Read more

    The 17 May 2013 by   Praymont
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  • A Kierkegaard Bicentennial Roundup

    Kierkegaard Bicentennial Roundup

    Sketch by Christian Olavius Zeuthen (1843)May 5 was the 200th anniversary of Søren Aabye Kierkegaard's birth, as was noted by Julian Baggini. Read more

    The 12 May 2013 by   Praymont
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  • Animist & Quantum Worldviews

    Animist Quantum Worldviews

    Perhaps the most salient feature of animist worldviews is the way in which they construe and construct the world in relational terms: everything is connected. Read more

    The 24 May 2013 by   Cris
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  • Durkheim’s Social Mystification

    Durkheim’s Social Mystification

    In a recent post on Durkheim, I observed that he seems to have been mystified by the fact that humans are social and live in groups. Read more

    The 07 May 2013 by   Cris
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  • The Embodied Cognition of Tesco's Gendered Toys

    Embodied Cognition Tesco's Gendered Toys

    Tesco got in trouble on the internet last week for having toy chemistry sets labelled as being for boys, not girls in their online store. Read more

    The 17 May 2013 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • Summer Reads & Mini-Reviews

    Summer Reads Mini-Reviews

    With the semester having come to an end, it was refreshing to take a few weeks off from normal reading and writing routines. I’m in the middle of a long... Read more

    The 22 May 2013 by   Cris
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