Schelling’s “Ages of the World” is a famously difficult, and to some non-sensical work. Never published during his lifetime, editors have their choice of 4 seperate versions, none of which Schelling was satisfied with. It’s always been a ghost text for me, from the point I began to recognize to what extent Heidegger and Merleau […]Read More Making sense of Schelling
Starting a PhD from scratch, I really have no idea what I want to work on. This is a problem when it comes time to write grant applications, however, because these are mostly graded on the current state of your research proposal. That’s ok, insofar as you can make one up. Here’s what I’m thinking […]Read More Possible SSHRC/OGS grant application
After over a year of construction, my “Benoto” bike is officially up and running, thanks to the bikechain’s helpful help getting the crank properly set and tightened. It will be excellent to have wheels to get around the cube, and hopefully outside of it. Also, for quick nips down the street to Futures, and to […]Read More I declare today to be “getting things done day” day!
I realize I havn’t written in a while, but now that the school year has begun, I hope to post more often. I’m happily settled in Toronto, in a PhD program, living in an awesome house. Also, I feel that I have a lot of friends in Toronto now, something that is a welcome change […]Read More Happy in Toronto