Theano’s Day – tribute to resourceful philosophers

If you haven’t written a post for Theano’s Day please go ahead and write one when you see this, and comment to let us know! For Theano’s Day, I’ll honor the contributions of women thinkers and researchers who kept their philosophical pursuits alive and lived out their values during tough financial times. Anna Doyle Wheeler […]

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Theano’s Day Posts – as of 1:45 PM PST – will be updated throughout the day

  Brandon’s post on the ideas and history of Socrates’ teacher, Diotima of Mantinea: http://brandondedicant.livejournal.com/ Diotima introduced Socrates to a paradigm for finding and understanding beauty at higher and more abstract levels, starting with the physical world and going deeper into the realm of ideas. Kristie LeVangie, creator of the Shades of K- podcast, writes to […]

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Fellow independent magazine folks open to submissions

  Announcement for a new magazine seeking submissions of writing and visual art, from anyone, anywhere. First issue of Bread and Circuses came out last March, new issue due this summer. First heard about and became intrigued with this project last winter at the San Francisco Writers’ Conference. Please read below for more information, email […]

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June’s Synchronized Chaos: Foreground and Background

  Happy Father’s Day, Graduation Day, Bastille Day, first day of summer – whatever you celebrate this June! And welcome to our latest issue of Synchronized Chaos Magazine. June’s theme is Foreground and Background – with a set of works which explore how individual lives fit into larger ethnic, political, historical, and cultural contexts. Somewhat […]

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Prologue from Ozark Princess, memoir by Mary Jane Daugherty-Srubar

Mary Jane Daugherty-Srubar reflects on her life as a part-Irish American country girl making her home in the southeastern Ozark Mountains. This piece is a collection of anecdotes from her childhood and early life, including her farm days, schooling, and marriage. You may learn more at her website and contact her here: http://ozarkprincess.com/Home_Page.html Have you […]

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On Creativity: A Philosophical and Structural Context by Narmin Ka, co-founder of Azerbajan’s Alatoran Magazine

  Narmin Kamal is a Ph.D. from Azerbajan and co-founder and vice editor of Alatoran Magazine. She is one of the founders of the Alatoran movement, the Foundation of Independent Writers, in contemporary Azerbaijani literature. She translated academic texts and important works into Azeri, including works by Jacques Derrida, Michele Foucault and Umberto Eco. These […]

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