Daily Archives: November 22, 2020

Core Curriculum: Dan Fogelberg

Dan Fogelberg’s continued omission from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame [1] is especially mystifying, given the fact that he recorded artistically and commercially successful albums in three decades and has influenced a wide variety of artists ranging from … Continue reading

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The Korinthidon Pre-Cognition Team: Part One

The newly appointed team head of a police team pondered the nature of her assignment. What would it take to have a legitimate pre-cognition team? Unfortunately, answers were hard to come by at the moment. Before she threw open the … Continue reading

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The Ancient City

The Ancient City: A Study Of The Religion, Laws, And Institutions Of Greece And Rome, by Numa Denis Fustel De Coulanges There are several essential problems that make this book a less successful study of ancient Greek and Roman culture … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cicero

Cicero: The Life And Time Of Rome’s Greatest Politician, by Anthony Everitt It is a remarkable achievement that Cicero was during his time and ever afterward viewed as being among Rome’s greatest citizens and politicians despite some of the major … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Win An Argument

How To Win An Argument, by Marcus Tullius Cicero This book is a strange and interesting small volume. It appears as if this book is being aimed simultaneously at two very different audiences. One of these audiences is made of … Continue reading

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