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  • Thorstein Veblen's Economics of Wealth and Leisure

    Thorstein Veblen's Economics Wealth Leisure

    Photo courtesy of iStockphoto.It has been more than a century since Thorstein Veblen’s The Theory of the Leisure Class shook the foundation of America’s elite... Read more

    The 16 February 2014 by   Realizingresonance
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  • Don't Be Afraid to Help

    Don't Afraid Help

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    The 17 February 2014 by   Jessicanunemaker
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  • Gojira, What's Hidden from the Audience, and Why

    Gojira, What's Hidden from Audience,

    Note: This post assumes some familiarity with Gojira. If you aren’t familiar with the film, this post should give you the necessary background.For every story... Read more

    The 24 February 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Tsunami Spirits

    Tsunami Spirits

    Japan has had more than its fair share of epic disasters, the most recent of which came on March 11, 2011, when the earth shifted and ocean waved. Within... Read more

    The 15 February 2014 by   Cris
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  • Journey to 3Tops: Indiana SLuGS and the Land That Time Forgot

    Journey 3Tops: Indiana SLuGS Land That Time Forgot

    Here's a piece from several years ago. The graffiti 'landscape" has changed since then, and I've made some notations about that. Read more

    The 22 February 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Space-Time Constructions

    Space-Time Constructions

    When someone claims that “life is a braid in spacetime,” you can expect some crazy talk. In this wonderfully reductionist piece by MIT physicist Max Tegmark,... Read more

    The 02 February 2014 by   Cris
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  • Links on Jane Austen's Moral Philosophy

    Links Jane Austen's Moral Philosophy

    Thomas Rodham on Austen as a moral philosopher. (Here's Rodham's earlier post on Austen at his blog, Philosopher's Beard.)Rose Woodhouse responds to Rodham's... Read more

    The 09 February 2014 by   Praymont
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  • What Miming a Steering Wheel Tells Us About What We Learn

    What Miming Steering Wheel Tells About Learn

    Pro-tip - keep your eyes open while doing thisOne of my favourite podcasts is '99% Invisible' by Roman Mars. It's about design, and about the consequences for... Read more

    The 18 February 2014 by   Andrew D Wilson
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  • “Primitive” Japanese Discourse

    “Primitive” Japanese Discourse

    While not watching the Super Bowl last night, I watched White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. It is a powerful documentary that... Read more

    The 03 February 2014 by   Cris
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  • Roundup on Recent English Translations

    Roundup Recent English Translations

    A shot from Carol Reed's The Third Man.From John Gray's review of a new translation of Curzio Malaparte's The Skin:If you want a vividly realistic picture of th... Read more

    The 09 February 2014 by   Praymont
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