Check Wikipedia, and you will find this line. California is considered a global trendsetter in popular culture, innovation, and politics. (from here) What does California trendsetting mean today? Well, here is an excerpt from an article written by some California's leading politicians after the presidential election in 2016. In our first steps after the election,... Continue Reading →
Because it explains the structure of and need for a classical education, I thought this well worth sharing.
Here is a link to the article Julie mentions => https://theweeflea.com/2018/12/01/dear-twitter-why-have-you-banned-me/
“Meanwhile I will continue to use your platform to undermine your hateful
and irrational ideology.
And I will do it by using logic and love – the love of the Logos.
We don’t need Twitter (or Facebook, or government or the media) to be able to speak of Christ.
And you will never silence us.
Though you kill us the very rocks would cry out!
According to Writingexplained.org, the Greek word Logos is a rhetorical device that includes
any content in an argument that is meant to appeal to logic.
In other words, Logos equates to a logical discourse when opposing sides engage in conversation
regarding the difference of opinions.
The explanation goes on…
Logos is one of the three Aristotelian appeals.
A writer utilizes the three appeals in order to convince his audience of…
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Doug has a blog. What is it about? Read the "picture" above (Click on it if you want to read the clearer image on Doug's website.). That's what Doug says his blog is about. Is Doug right? Well, I suspect Doug is confused about his motives. Contrary to his assertions otherwise, Doug's opposition to Trump... Continue Reading →
How do we recognize a bad idea? It doesn't work? Look around our country? Are the people who rail against others, making demands, twisting arms, bending the rules to win, lying and so forth actually enjoying any sort of victory? Does vigorous and uncompromising hatred actually get us anything that we want? No? Yet more... Continue Reading →