Monthly Archives: September 2010

Sara Wintz Responds to Mina Pam Dick’s “First Person of Truth”

Afterall, how “first” or genuine, can one’s voice be when written? Mina Pam Dick goes head first into this—extending iterations both personal and philosophical—with a variety of strokes. (These are a few of my first thoughts.) @ 6:17 “I was … Continue reading

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David Brazil Responds to Mina Pam Dick’s “The Scrapped Book of Minna Maude Ingvar”

Tall young man with a shaved head indicating gullibility, not radiation. The Platonic dialogue Parmenides dramatizes a discussion between the aged Eleatic philosopher of the same name, and the young Socrates, who is advancing one version of his theory of … Continue reading

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Anna Moschovakis Responds to Mina Pam Dick’s “First Person of Truth”

@4:47                         Some learn the meaning of “if and only if” by taking Symbolic Logic in college. My brother and I learned it from our parents, who used it routinely as a bargaining tool: You may have ice cream … Continue reading

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Ken L. Walker Responds to Mina Pam Dick’s “First Person of Truth”

What I’d like to do, primarily, is examine the following statement:  Those kids really know how to have fun—a proposition that attempts observation, but that philosophically cuts down the space between the viewer and those “having fun.” However, fun, is … Continue reading

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Dawn Lundy Martin Responds to Ronaldo V. Wilson’s “Dream in a Fair”

I have always wanted to psychoanalyze my dear friend, Ronaldo V. Wilson, and am grateful, not only for the chance, but also this public forum in which I get to do it. I have been learning a bit lately about … Continue reading

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