Great visual, Lucas! Something to consider as an aspect of social justice that comes out of the French Revolution is the Declaration of Rights of Man and Citizen, which serves as a rallying cry for many of the revolutionaries. A massively influential d…
I dropped by your blog to check out your socials blogging, but was caught by this musical post – it’s fantastic! This is just a great line: “The soft, excited tones of my parents voices. It was my first chord.”
Great start, Michelle! Love the detail you’ve gone into here, as well as the look you’ve developed for your blog.
Thorough and engaging start to your socials blogging, Jiwon! Looking forward to seeing you pursue these ideas, as well as those that will arise in the next few years.
Great to finally have you blogging with the Talons, Lucas! You’ve laid out a few really interesting directions for yourself, and already begun to set up a thorough, articulate record of your thinking in socials.
Excellent general ramble, Phia! You have interests in a great many areas of socials that promise to take you (and us) on an exciting few years of exploring history, politics, and justice in the present.
Great start for your socials blogging, Deon! Love the energy and connections you are making in your writing here.
I thought you sounded like someone who is a part of many a dinner-table-debate, Nicole ; ) I’m glad to hear of your interest in the philosophical/sociological aspects of our course – no doubt there will be some fuel for your family discussions!
What interests you about philosophy? Is it the ethical debates? Discussions about knowledge, truth, or wisdom? Or the study of the self, and who we are?
Great start, Owen! Thanks for sharing these introductory thoughts and some of your background with history/government/socials!