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06/01/2005 Entry: "Idiocentrism Retrospective"

The amazing and mysterious Portuguese classic fiction Menina e moça, through which he made the acquaintance of the book's French translator, Cecile Lombard.

Descartes! Was really a pragmatist. This led to an interesting exchange with the Cartesianist Dennis Des Chene.

Polemics against analytic philosophy which -- much to my surprise -- got a fair amount of attention from people in the biz.

The obscure humanist Janus Vitalis's famous poem The Ruins of Rome. Twelve translations into five languages, along with other related material. (The page is still active: a classicist for Sarawak corrected the Latin text just today).

Ressentiment and Schooling, which explains that Rimbaud, Nietzsche, Thoreau, and St. Augustine turned out the way they did because their social-climbing mothers forced them to study classical languages. this is also a completely new and original theory of the origins of the modern West.

The Turkish Kayak, which makes a pretty good case that the word "kayak" originated with the Eastern Turks and was carried across North America by the Inuit, whose origins were in far Northeastern Asia and who were relative latecomers to the American continent.

AND MUCH MUCH MORE THAN YOU CAN SHAKE A TRUKISH KAYAK AT!
John Emerson's Idiocentrism Retrospective

Be there. Or be square.

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Many thanks. I will repay you with early modern scatology.

Posted by john emerson @ 06/02/2005 07:30 PM PST

 

 

 

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