Monthly Archives: February 2013

Cellular Identity

by Derek the Red ‘it’s difficult for one lone voice to speak up in today’s world, but here we go ladies and gentlemen.’ the somewhat educated have heard of Socrates, his student Plato, and then his student Aristotle; now i don’t … Continue reading

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Rage and the Rape of Persephone

by m.benoit One sunny day, Persephone and her friends were playing in the fields of Eleusis, picking wild flowers. As Persephone reached down to pluck one of the beautiful blossoms, the Earth suddenly opened up beneath her feet, and Hades … Continue reading

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Вероника – Последние комментарии на русском языке

Есть такие книги, которые стоит читать. Есть такие книги, которые западают в душу. Есть такие книги, о которых стоит писать.  Именно к этой категории относится роман американского автора Сэнди Кролика «Вероника. Сибирская сказка». Select Title in Post Drop Down Menu … Continue reading

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‘Teach Our Children Well’— On Deconstructing the Curriculum of the West

The West is a vast testimony to childhood botched to serve its own purposes, where history, masquerading as myth, authorizes men of action and men of thought to alter the world to match their regressive moods of omnipotence and insecurity. … Continue reading

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