Tag: Philosophy

  • Building Ethically Proactive Communities

    In April, my pandemic was winding down (for the first time…) and I was ready to get back into the world. I started joining. A political group, a neighborhood group, an exercise group. I wanted to be around some new people. Some threw me in as one of the group right off the bat. Other […]

  • Augustine’s Confessions, Book 1

    It takes so much time to learn, but it’s worth it, right? You know, maybe not. I’m reading St. Augustine’s Confessions, and though it was written 1600 years ago, the way he was taught doesn’t sound all that different from today. (Less focus on STEM.)  The way he describes how he learned, and why, is […]