simple math and shy discovery

Let’s try this again.

The blog’s been inactive since 2011, when I finished grad school and stopped using it for brainstorming. I’ve made all the past posts private because they’re old ideas. I’m hoping to post about philosophy at a pace of about once every couple of weeks and to get reactions to some of my half-baked ideas. I have thoughts to share, but producing research quality output is difficult with my teaching load. Blogging seems like a good way to start working toward some drafts to send to conferences.

I might share some political thoughts too; no hot takes.

I think I’ll probably have some very general things to say about the role of teaching and learning in colleges and universities and the value of the liberal arts.

If I accidentally take a nice photograph while camping and hiking with my family, I may share those.

Possibly, I’ll share a recipe that I’ve developed.

I’ll occasionally share music I like, starting with this.

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