Daily Archives: March 27, 2020

Learn To Swim People: Insights From The Medieval Death Bot

For those who are unaware, the Medieval Death Bot is one of the more entertaining bots on Twitter, giving a random death that has been recorded from the death records of the 14th century.  It is strangely humorous to talk … Continue reading

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Book Review: Galen: Two Bibliographical Demonstrations

Galen:  Two Bibliographical Demonstrations, by James Finlayson When I am stuck and not able to get books from the library or even get very much through the mail, it is worthwhile to find odd and old books that one can … Continue reading

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Book Review: Refiner’s Fire

Refiner’s Fire:  The Struggle And Triumph Of John The Baptist:  Tools For Navigating Doubt, Reclaiming Faith, And Discovering The Gospel All Over Again, by Rachel Starr Thomson [Note:  This book was given free of charge by the author in exchange … Continue reading

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Book Review: Passions And Tempers

Passions And Tempers:  A History Of The Humors, by Noga Arikha I was loaned this book by a fellow researcher into matters of creativity, and the book is a fascinating and interesting one that discusses the way that humours were … Continue reading

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