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K is for Kierkegaard 

Life can be only understood backwards; but it must be lived forwards I first came across this quote while writing my thesis for my undergraduate degree. I had chosen to write on philosophy, rather than education, on somewhat of a whim. I had always loved exploring ideas and thinking about existence, but had never taken …

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I is for Intensity 

I wanted to write an extremely elaborated post on the notion of intensity but, in the interest of saving time, I really cannot. So writing something short and intense still counts, right? ___________________________________________________________________ BeforewatchingthisJacksonPollockvideothatIwanttopost,Iamdrinkinglemonwaterand eatingchocolatechipcookiesandmultigrainchipswhilecoffeebrewsdownstairsandIhavein thebackofmymindthatImustrevisemyentireconceptualunitformyEnglishmethodsclass that’sduetomorrow. Intensity ebbs and flows; I never see it as a constant, despite its draining persistence sometimes. ___________________________________________________________________ While …

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M is for Magnolia 

Equanimity dissipated weeks ago. My undergraduate honors thesis, which explores idealized love in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet and The Winter’s Tale, was due in a few days: On the first day of spring, I believe. I had to finish chapter three, compose the conclusion, and revise everything. Nobody was on campus because undergraduates had spring …

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A is for Anxiety 

A is for Anxiety Kierkegaard described anxiety as the dizziness of freedom, one that is overcome only through the leap between the moment of possibility and the action of our freedom. (Concept of Anxiety) In Lines, Ingold contrasts the presence of a line drawn freehand versus one created with the assistance of a ruler; “a …

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