Tag Archives: analogy
This evening I was reading a book on Kant & Schiller & Aesthetics … well, between episodes of rewatching Matrix Revolutions. Horst Nitschack’s “Kritik der ästhetischen Wirklichkeitskonstitution” — Critique of the aesthetic constitution of reality — from Verlag Roter Stern, … Continue reading
I hate it when people write “tonite.” I’m known for my own range of silly abbreviations, neologisms and the like, but “tonite” and “lite” are the ones that get me. Last night I re-viewed (I like funky hyphenation but am … Continue reading
Another day, another prime number. When I was a math undergrad prime numbers were among my favorite recreational math interests, perhaps due to all the prime-related work we did under Shahriari … number theory, combinatorics, you name it. The distribution … Continue reading
I went in this afternoon to grade and to email, and to acquire the most recent episodes of Bleach … even though I’m still back in the mid-60s (and 126 is the newest subbed one out there).