Monthly Archives: January 2014

Ray Monk’s Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius

    Ludwig Wittgenstein: The Duty of Genius (Penguin Books, 1991) Ludwig Wittgenstein was, by most estimations, one of the most significant philosophers of the twentieth century. This despite the fact that few commentators can agree exactly about what he said. … Continue reading

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Is it still “tis the season?”

Thirty kids or so tumbled into my room this morning at 8 AM for homeroom. I was surprised at my immediate visceral reaction- joy. I felt joy at seeing them, at talking them into their actual assigned seats, at catching … Continue reading

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A non-sugary sweet from the biggest sweet tooth around.

Everyone knows I’m a sugar fiend. Never one to stop at “one lump or two”, my favorite thing to do is to create new sweet loaded desserts and then pass it off to people. In order to honor everyone’s noble … Continue reading

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