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Tag Archives: Montaigne
Fenster writes: Montaigne shows up here on UR quite a bit. I won’t do links this time. Look ’em up if you want. So permit me to just start in digressing. In her bio of Montaigne Sarah Bakewell describes the … Continue reading
Fenster writes: Montaigne is appreciated around in these parts– the patron saint of Uncouth Reflections. See here, here and here. Fenster especially appreciates Montaigne’s discursive style, which seems to come natch’l to him but which he nonetheless is not loath … Continue reading
Fenster writes: I don’t object to Bastiat being named as a patron saint of UR philosophy, such as it is. It’s a big tent–not unlimited in size for sure, but capacious enough. Blowhard Esq. previously nominated Montaigne, and that fits … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: Seth Roberts, formerly of Berkeley and now professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, decided to stop grading his students. He writes: The more freedom I gave my students, the more difficult it became to grade them. At … Continue reading
Blowhard, Esq. writes: As these two posts alluded to, I just finished reading Sarah Bakewell’s excellent biography of the French writer Michel de Montaigne.
Blowhard, Esq. writes: “Of all famous warriors, Montaigne most admired the Theban general Epaminondas, who was known for his ability to keep furor in check: once, in mid-battle and ‘terrible with blood and iron,’ Epaminondas found himself face to face with … Continue reading