Daily Archives: July 13, 2017

An Inconvenience Rightly Viewed

As someone who views as deeply important the philosophical field of epistemology, and who thinks it important to define terms as clearly and fairly as possible, I found it quite interesting in some recent reading of mine about the noted … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Jane Austen Education

A Jane Austen Education:  How Six Novels Taught Me About Love, Friendship, And The Things That Really Matter, by William Deresiewicz Reading this book was a bittersweet experience for me.  This is not necessarily the author’s heart, as this book … Continue reading

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Book Review: Jane Austen For Dummies

Jane Austen For Dummies, by Joan Klingel Ray At least occasionally I pick up a Dummies guide and enjoy reading through it [1], and in this case there would be few people more qualified to write this book, as the … Continue reading

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