Category Archives: introductions

Look at that beautiful banner!

I finally found a high-resolution image of Diogenes [that you like, at least] to use for the banner. In the process I discovered that the image is from one of my favorite painters, Jean-Leon Gerome. [yes, yes, we love the … Continue reading

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Meh, Cynicism… …why bother?

If I ask Google to define:Cynicism my results start with this web definition: “a cynical feeling of distrust” That’s rather unsatisfying. So I ask Google to define:cynical and I get this: Adjective Believing that people are motivated by self-interest; distrustful … Continue reading

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