Primitive Christianity Revived, Again
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From: kirby urner <email@example.com>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2016 12:26:43 -0700
Subject: update on Regional Directory design (future plans)
To: npym-it-discuss <firstname.lastname@example.org>…
Given I'd "glommed on" to Wittgenstein, as my thesis advisor Richard Rorty might have put it, as a user of the verb "to glom," I found myself wandering over to the Religion Department half the time.
Victor Prellar was there, in Religion. He'd been an Anglican priest in one chapter, I think it was, and now he was sharing Wittgenstein with higher level students. Princeton includes a small grad school, although it prides itself on its focus on undergrads. I was invited, as an…Continue
Added by Kirby Urner on 8th mo. 27, 2016 at 8:30pm — No Comments
A "refugee" is "someone seeking refuge" which quickly expands to us all in meditation or prayer.
Whole communities came to the New World on those dangerous watercraft, seeking liberty, freedom from persecution, the right to be left alone. Relationships were continued, at a village level.
Thinking of refugee camps as full of solitary individuals, each needing a desk job and a bus pass, a separate singleton existence, is of course unrealistic.
Extended families often do…Continue
Added by Kirby Urner on 8th mo. 21, 2016 at 5:00pm — No Comments
I realized somewhat acutely, in some recent discussions here on Q2, that we're sometimes miles apart in our use of terms, without even realizing it sometimes.
In looking over archival copies of what dad and his team put together, for Libya, looking ahead some twenty or more years, I'm impressed by a confidant 1960s, a time of going to the moon.
Urban planning was something to get a degree in, a new discipline in the US. I was born while dad was finishing up his PhD studies at…Continue
I don't know about other cities, but Portland-based Oregonians have a penchant for referring to their own fair city, by its three-letter international airport code: PDX.
You'll see that everywhere, as a part of the branding, right up there with Portlandia -- the statue, not the TV show, though why not share that word, make it more multi-media?…Continue
Added by Kirby Urner on 8th mo. 10, 2016 at 3:30pm — No Comments