All the way back in 1994, barely two months into my Honours year in Philosophy at Monash, I had to … Continue Reading Let’s try that again… at a distance.
The Athenian Murders by José Carlos SomozaMy rating: 1 of 5 stars An interesting idea which the author, unfortunately, simply … Continue Reading Review: The Athenian Murders by Jose Carlos Somoza
I know I was going to be lighter today but once again the priorities of those in the society in which I live show through and I am disgusted and saddened. During investigations for a report entitled “CHILDREN IN STATE … Continue Reading Is this really who we are?
Every Monday at 6pm and Thurs at 5:30 pm for the last few weeks, a 6ft, willowy Japanese woman named Akiko (written with the kanji meaning “bright”or “shining” & “girl”) comes to our humble flat to teach us Japanese. She … Continue Reading The metaphysics of becoming multi-lingual.
Several months ago I was stopped outside my local supermarket by two wheel-chair bound teenagers in matching tracksuits with those oversized charity raffle tickets for sale. Having spent a disastrous 3 weeks of my own late teenage-hood failing to sell … Continue Reading Sport is not above humanity.
A few weeks ago I added a bunch of podcasts to my RSS feeds on Google Reader and have loved listening to things I would usually miss when they are live (mostly from ABC Radio National and mostly on Sundays … Continue Reading Adelaide Festival of Ideas
In my research on religion, religious phenomena, philosophy of religion “for my novel” lol I clicked my way through to this: CAN BAD MEN MAKE GOOD BRAINS DO BAD THINGS? Having followed the link from another blog which referred to … Continue Reading CAN BAD MEN MAKE GOOD BRAINS DO BAD THINGS?