An Introductory Warning

This afternoon I selected a Stanford University Philosophy show by Professor Robert Harrison titled “Entitled Opinions About Life and Literature” from my iPhone to keep myself engaged during the commute home. I love the introduction, by way of unapologetic warning. RenĂ© Girard on Ritual Sacrifice and the Scapegoat (October 4, 2005) Warning: The following is […]

Too Busy defines time as a nonspatial continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from the past through the present to the future. It is abstract. Time is not a commodity that can be accumulated, traded, bought, or sold. We all have exactly the same amount of time; my present becomes my past at […]