Figures of Speech is a collection of over 1,500 quotes (and growing) from famous figures of our past. Giants from the past worthy of our remembrance. Co-authorship is recognized on each speech act (blog post). As these tidbits of romantic tendencies arise, ent-sprechen emerges and the reflection subsides, ephemeral yet less so as we culturally transmit the Logos of learning and all that we value. O sepi to poli is courtesy of Aristotle.
Here's something that I've been thinking about lately, what if we "governed" the growth of costly Science projects for a little while until we could get our affairs in order? Is this a slippery slope towards cultural forgetfulness or a meaningful discussion worth having?Read Post