The following was originally written as a weekly course post on Roman Rhetorics for RCID 8010 at Clemson University. --- How does language think? The question is too large. A different question would read how does Latin think?, and then would perhaps add on, additionally, at the end so … Continue reading How Does Language Think?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwD3thsR88I&t=44s This is a video I made in response to Jan Rune Holmevik's book on electracy and games "Inter/vention."
Attic Hellebores: Aristotle, Excess and the Reticent Sedation of Kairos Aristotle has been expounded time and time again as a forebear of western thinking. Indeed, western rhetoric and philosophy owe an unpayable debt to the primordial systematizer, the inventor of disciplinarity, the constructor of the most developed epistemologies of ancient Hellenic … Continue reading Attic Hellebores: Aristotle, Excess and the Reticent Sedation of Kairos