Daily Archives: January 7, 2021

Filling The Unseen

The maps of the early modern world have often been lampooned because of the supposed tendency of mapmakers to fill in the unseen gaps of knowledge with notes like “there be dragons here.” While this is good for hilarity, it … Continue reading

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Book Review: Elements Of Descriptive Geometry With Their Application

Elements Of Descriptive Geometry With Their Application, by Charles Davies I must admit that this book was not nearly as interested as I hoped it would be. To be sure, geometry can be a very interesting subject, but the approach … Continue reading

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Book Review: Lone Star Rising

Lone Star Rising: The Revolutionary Birth of the Texas Republic, by William C. Davis One of the aspects of this book that is particularly interesting is the context that this book provides to the Texan Revolution. In fact, this book … Continue reading

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Book Review: God Save Texas

God Save Texas: A Journey Into The Soul Of The Lone Star State, by Lawrence Wright The central premise of this book is deeply flawed and emblematic of the larger worldview flaws of the author and others of his ilk, … Continue reading

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