Tag Archives: John Enright

Kant and modern art

The poet John Enright has a post entitled “Kant and Abstract Art,” in which he takes up the claim Rand made in The Romantic Manifesto that “the father of modern art is Immanuel Kant (see his Critique of Judgment).” Rand … Continue reading

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How to insult like an Elizabethan

Get thy reeky hide hither, sirrah, and desist with the pewling — beslubbering puttock thou oft art. (Via John Enright: no mammering lewdster he.)

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Worth Reading for January 2008

1/31 A good post from Mark Lerner.) 1/29 Russ Roberts has a wry post on against the usual slanders.The Prometheus Institute has published its the excellent Margaret Thatcher. 1/28 I contributed a blurb to the back cover of Professor Jerry … Continue reading

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Worth Reading for March 2006

3/31 Being a Brief Guide to Religious Denominations in America: A Baptist is a man who got saved. A Methodist is a Baptist who got shoes. A Congregationalist is a Methodist who moved to town. A Presbyterian is a Congregationalist … Continue reading

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