Daily Archives: June 7, 2020

Privilege: A Problematic Paradigm: Issues And Alternatives: Part Three

[Note:  See previous discussion here and here.] In our previous discussion we covered the issue of privileges and how not everything that falls under the rubric of privilege involves matters of justice even though the differential spread of privileges feels … Continue reading

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Album Review: Best Of The Doobies

Best Of The Doobies, by The Doobie Brothers Best of albums can be immensely tricky to pull off well.  In general, there is a fine balance that one has in creating greatest hits compilations.  If you start making them too … Continue reading

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Album Review: Shine A Light

Shine A Light, by Bryan Adams If you’re a fan of Bryan Adams, as I am, then you will know that he is definitely well on his path as a legacy act, with popular live shows to devoted fans but … Continue reading

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Album Review: The Best That I Could Do: 1978-1988

The Best That I Could Do:  1978-1988, by John Mellencamp While John Mellencamp is certainly not my favorite artist, there is a lot of appeal to be found in his efforts at capturing life in the Midwest and small towns … Continue reading

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