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shakespeare_today · 1W ago

Meditations on Skripal

Parisians, and those who roam the streets of Paris to take upon themselves the Frenchness of things, will no doubt know or remember the elegant, historic and fashionable Place Vendome. There...
shakespeare_today · 3W ago

Dostoyevsky and the Chosen People

Dostoyevsky is known as an eminent tower of world literature and an implacable depth-sounder of the remotest recesses of the human soul – an analytical mind, fascinated by the invisible chem...
shakespeare_today · 1M ago

The Power of Aesthetics in Learning

This article was written for the Rocketship Education Home School. John Locke, famous British empiricist, philosopher and father of Liberalism, asserted that, “The chief art of learning is t...
shakespeare_today · 2M ago

The Founding Fathers and Other Tales

The skeptics among my twenty-five readers may suspect from the title, that I am jumping on the bandwagon of our discontent(1), to direct cheap shots at a stale target. Perish the thought. Ir...
shakespeare_today · 2M ago

Shakespeare Valentine Day Quotes

Looking for last-minute lines for your Valentine card – or equivalent? Tired of stale, soapy, dry, weak, unoriginal, languid, overused lines found on pre-printed commercial Valentine Cards? ...
shakespeare_today · 2M ago

Brief History of Revisionism

On hearing the word ‘revisionism,’ suspicion lurks in the mind of some, and alarms sound in the mind of others. Suspicion is the elder sister of twins, credulity and incredulity. And of all ...
shakespeare_today · 3M ago

Time, Postmodernism, Science and Capitalism

While still in the shadow of the old year and the glow of the new, here are some thoughts about a commodity of infinite availability, but that we so often are short of. Time that is, that ce...
shakespeare_today · 4M ago

The Fraud of Freud

I first read Freud’s writings when, probably unconsciously, I believed that if everybody says the same thing, it must be true. Freud’s extraordinary theories and mystifying lingo had many ad...
shakespeare_today · 5M ago

Revisiting Revolutions, a Comparison

After a fitful fever (1) of debates and round-tables, often packed with common sense and sometimes with uncommon nonsense, the dust of antique time (2) may gradually settle on the memory of ...
shakespeare_today · 6M ago

Is Communism Really Dead? – an Answer

Note to my 25 Readers. This article was published by thesakeris website (http://thesaker.is/is-communism-really-dead-an-answer/).The ‘answer’ refers to a previous article on the same questio...