Without authority...: Tuesday August 25, 2009
Blogs, mainstream media and the idea of authority.Tags: blogging, philosophy
What's It All About?: Wednesday March 11, 2009
Something about something…Tags: blogging, thinkbuddha, wordle
Blogging Philosophy Part II: Hanging Out with the Peasants: Friday January 30, 2009
Blogging, the Gutenberg parenthesis, and how to establish the colour of a bear.Tags: blogging, philosophy, wisdom
Blogging Philosophy Part I: Amateurs: Tuesday January 27, 2009
The paradox of the professional philosopher.Tags: blogging, philosophy, tanabe
Thinking Out Loud: Wednesday August 1, 2007
Blogging as a practice.Tags: blogging, buddhism, bulgaria, philosophy, plato
Composing our Lives: Wednesday January 4, 2006
Reflections on blogging from Woodmoor VillageTags: blogging, writing
Blogging as Practice: Tuesday September 27, 2005
Is blogging just an idle pursuit, or is it a form of practice? Thoughts from Seneca to Basho on the value of writing journals.Tags: basho, blogging, foucault, hupomnemata, practice, seneca
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