Monthly Archives: May 2010

Bag End

Bag End Delightful. Absolutely and utterly delightful. Advertisements

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Are women changing the world?

Are women changing the world? I found this blog post by acquaintance and neighbor, Shayne Klopfenstein Moore, thought-provoking. Take a look and see what you think. Are women changing the world today? If so, how? Are they being recognized for … Continue reading

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day I went to high school with author, Kelly Corrigan (www.kellycorrigan.com). She was funny then. And she’s funny now. And thoughtful. And deep. And compassionate. She has a way of giving voice to the things that every woman thinks … Continue reading

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Toward the Avoidance of "Epistemic Closure"

Toward the Avoidance of “Epistemic Closure” It wasn’t until I got to college that I heard the idea that you didn’t talk about religion or politics in polite company. It didn’t make much sense to me then. And frankly, it … Continue reading

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Philosophy for 7 year olds?

Philosophy for 7 year olds? I intended to post this a week or two ago. If I’d done that, I would remember who sent me this link. As it stands right now, I can’t remember. Though, most of my interesting … Continue reading

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