Jack London’s (1876-1916) The Star Rover (1915) is a story told from the first-person perspective about transcendence. The story features as its protagonist Darrell Standing, a former scientist who is about to be hanged in the prison of San Quentin, California (London, 2003). Throughout the book Standing selectively recollects his prison memories, especially the time he has […]
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Yesterday I wrote about the Producerbull/Consumercuck dichotomy. I noticed that I have actually not written much in the last month, a consequence of just not alotting enough time to it. There is no excuse. You won’t see me writing ‘I was really busy and blah blah blah’. I had the time, I could’ve made the […]
I had an discussion today about the division in art between ‘high’ and ‘low’. These were some arguments.
“I found employment, the third day after my arrival, in stowing a sloop with a load of oil. It was new, dirty, and hard work for me; but I went at it with a glad heart and a willing hand. I was now my own master. It was a happy moment, the rapture of which […]
In the part of his Biblical Series on Adam and Eve, professor Jordan Peterson (1:56:11) questions: “The mystery is not why men abandon their children. It’s the reason why men ever stick with them. That’s the mystery.” For a lot of teenage children growing up nowadays in broken families, there may be some answer to […]