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US Capitol Building under repair, Washington DC, photo 2016 by Amy Cools Like so many others, I’m deeply disturbed, and yes, ..read more
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In the course of my journey following the life of Frederick Douglass in 2016, I was so glad to have the opportunity to visit the place in ..read more
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Portrait of Baruch de Spinoza (1632-1677), ca. 1665, by an unknown artist A Reason to BelieveSpinoza’s Explication of the Many Facets of ..read more
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Aimé-Fernand-David Césaire was a poet, playwright, philosopher, and politician from Martinique. In his long life (he was born on June 26 ..read more
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WVO Quine on the Bluenose II in Halifax, Nova Scotia, photo courtesy of Douglas Quine The emphases in my undergraduate education in ..read more
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Brain illustration from The Principles and Practice of Medicine…’ by W Osler, 1904, public domain via Wikimedia Commons Within the ..read more
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Adam Smith statue on the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, Scotland Adam Smith was a philosophical disciple and life-long friend of David Hume, and ..read more
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Joan of Arc by Amy Cools, about 1998. My mental image of her then was influenced by popular iconography and films, much of it which, as I ..read more
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Julia Ward Howe, ca. 1855 Julia Ward Howe, poet, and activist, was born on May 27, 1819, and lived a long life ever dedicated to social ..read more
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L: ‘Dr. James McCune Smith.’ Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, Manuscripts Archives & Rare Books Div., NYPL Digital ..read more

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