Thinking In Equality: On Laruelle’s Democracy of Thought

BY JOHN Ó MAOILEARCAProfessor of film studies at Kingston University, London Equality and inequality are fast becoming commonplace themes, given our straitened times and recent efforts to uncover not only the vast social inequities around us but also the origins of such inequality. One could wax on about the unequal distribution of monetary wealth, or … More Thinking In Equality: On Laruelle’s Democracy of Thought

The Kensington Rune Stone Legend and the Catholic Church

BY DAVID M. KRUEGER Pope Francis has arrived in the U.S. and is soon to arrive here in Philadelphia, a city that carries the moniker the “Birthplace of America.” The nation’s founding documents might have been signed here, but something that isn’t so obvious to those familiar with America’s establishment is that there is a … More The Kensington Rune Stone Legend and the Catholic Church

Growing up an army brat: The moves.

Part of Catherine Madison’s childhood doll collection, unpacked after 40 years,which managed to survive so many moves. This is the second installment in a series by Catherine Madison, whose father spent three hellish years as a POW in Korea.Part One: The rules. ——- BY CATHERINE MADISON “Where are you from?” It’s such an innocent, ageless … More Growing up an army brat: The moves.