The Issue of the Other

I recently spent two weeks in my grandfather's presence. As an urbanite in my twenties,  I don't often get to discuss the events of the Great Depression, World War II, and the Civil Rights Movement with a person who has living memories of that era; and in reminiscing about the rarity of such an occurrence,... Continue Reading →

The Importance of Visual Asethetic

Fretting over one’s physical appearance is a common preoccupation; and this is for good reason, as visual acuity is the primary manner in which humans interact with their external surroundings. Unlike with smell, taste, hearing, and touch[i], our reliance on sight is so profound that without it, and without sufficient aid and acclimation to blindness,... Continue Reading →

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