Daily Archives: June 1, 2018

On The High Cost Of Civility

While I have a great deal of sympathy and considerable agreement with libertarian economic ideas [1], I am frequently reminded in moments like these why I part ways with libertarians when it comes to cultural matters.  We happen to live … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Collective Soul

With a band name that comes straight from Ayn Rand’s writings and a history that includes singing a theme song for American Idol (“Hollywood”) and an epic clash with fellow band Smashing Pumpkins that involved lawsuits over plagiarism that was … Continue reading

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Book Review: Color: Light, Sight, Sense

Color:  Light, Sight, Sense, by Mortiz Zwimpfer I honestly do not know if I would have read this book had I not been casting a wide net for a reading challenge I took to read several German books in translation.  … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Expressionists

The Expressionists, by Wolf-Dieter Dube I read this book, which is definitely out of my usual reading pattern [1], and which I read because it is a work translated by German and I took a challenge to read a certain … Continue reading

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