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Weekend Reading

This week's Weekend Reading contains some absolute gems- so without further ado, here are the articles worthy of your attention this weekend: In Defence of Obscure Words is an argument by Will Self for using words that often need to be accompanied by a dictionary, warning against the dangers of…

Weekend Reading

I've been detained by life these past few weeks, but fear not. Weekend reading is back. Some of these may be a couple of weeks old, mind you, but nevertheless, these are the pieces worthy of your attention this weekend. As always, poorly designed sites are presented in Readability view,…

Weekend Reading

This week's reading contained so many gems, it was difficult to narrow the field down to the five most worthy of you, dear reader. I did manage, though. On a side note, I've decided that for those sites which require it, I'll be posting the Readability view of these articles.…

Weekend Reading

First, let me apologize for missing last weekend's Weekend Reading post- it's been quite a busy week. I've decided to post all of these in Readability view. Let's get right to it: five articles worthy of your attention this weekend:Rollo Romig posits that the separation of church and state…

Weekend Reading

A seemingly random collection of things worthy of your attention this weekend (some old, some new):"If a system of state education were to focus on the civic virtues needed for a free society, such as a respect for individual rights and obedience to a limited government, then surely it…

Weekend Reading

The weekend is a wonderful time to relax, to let the triumphs and failures of the week fade into the ether, and to be nowhere but right here, right now. Here's a few articles to help you sink into now:In Philosophy - What's the Use?, Gary Gutting disputes the…

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