In the Beginning was the Word

Posted on by Frank Brinkley

Artists, poets, novelists, dramatists and musicians don’t really need to know the history of their respective disciplines; nor do scientists. Philosophers do. They are, as is often said, required to think for themselves, but also to think for themselves about questions that have already been asked and the different answers that the never-ending argument has […]

A Walk through the Churchyard

Posted on by Frank Brinkley

At first glance, you might think you’ve met a guy like Søren Kierkegaard. Picture the kind of sad young literary man who knows his Romantic poets. He meets a teenage girl at a party and gets her hooked on his learning and his brooding nature. She plays the piano for him. ‘Although your playing may […]

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