Daily Archives: April 4, 2014

Feudalism In Contemporary Thought And Practice

We tend to think of feudalism as a relic of the Middle Ages, an alien concept involving European (or Japanese) nobles fighting constantly and maneuvering for prestige and advantage in ways that are inefficient for the realms that they serve … Continue reading

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Book Review: Memory

Memory, by Lois McMaster Bujold This book, part of the Miles Vorkosigan series [1], deals with men (and women) at periods of transition. In a sort of detective story where a convalescing Miles first finds himself out of a job … Continue reading

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