CAUTE — A free-spirit archeology of morning


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A case of Russell Logic and not Pretzel Logic? A reminder to be aware of the insidious creep of pseudo-public space in our cities

I had to nip into town for a few moments this afternoon (it's never a pleasant experience) and on the way I saw the scene shown by the picture on the right. In the centre background (behind the stall)

2 days ago

colour photos Steely Dan Cambridge. pseudo-public spaces Grand Arcade Pretzel Logic

Degas at home, Plato on holiday. Keeping ourselves talking about, living in and responding to this remarkable world.

Degas: "La classe de Dance"  READING: From §38 of “The Philosophical Investigations” by Ludwig Wittgenstein (his emphases) This is connected with the conception of naming as, so to speak, an occult pr

5 days ago

Wittgenstein Plato ballet paintings Degas Fitzwilliam Museum Plato's Allegory of the Cave

Church-going or the church going?—sites of revolutionary resistance

Memorial (Unitarian) Church, Cambridge Last week I talked about how our free-thinking, liberal Christian, Radical Reformation and Radical Enlightenment tradition has, at heart, been concerned with acc

1 week ago

Generation X Address future of liberal religion James C. Edwards Cambridge Unitarian Church Church Going Generation Y George King millenials Philip Larkin

Autumn in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Here are just a few photos that I took in the Cambridge University Botanic Garden last week.  All taken with an iPhone 6+ and the RNIFilm App.  (Just click on a photo to enlarge it)

2 weeks ago

autumn colour photos iphoneography Cambridge University Botanic Garden RNIFilms

Accessibility: A fruit of the harvest sowed by the Radical Reformation & Radical Enlightenment

READING: The Harvest Is Great, the Labourers Few (Matthew 9:35-38) Then Jesus went about all the cities and villages, teaching in their synagogues, and proclaiming the good news of the kingdom, and cu

2 weeks ago

nietzsche accessibility Address Radical Reformation NHS Christian Aid Edict of Torda Harvest Festival liberal Christian tradition Radical Enlightenment Welfare State