The Ripeness is All: Hamlet and the Problem of Uncertainty

E. John Winner Although the Italian Renaissance produced important works prefatory to the arrival of Modernity, three texts actually announce it.  Surprisingly, given modern biases, none of them are works of science or philosophy.  Instead, they are literary fictions, and notably, each had a profound effect on the very structures of the languages in which they were written.  In Don […]

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Anger is my Meat

by David Ottlinger I am writing on November 9th. Yesterday, I woke up genuinely happy. Early in the morning, I posted the Doors’ song “The End” on Facebook as a little joke. Come what may, we had reached it. This was the end, and I was happy to be there. My choice was more appropriate than I knew.  The song […]

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