From a friend’s Facebook update: “The most valuable lesson from the Camping Rapture incident? If you make apocalyptic predictions, make them secular. Paul Erhlich is a tenured professor at Stanford.”
Daily Archive: May 24, 2011
John Talbot discusses the history of (Classical) translation, and the flaws of the task’s contemporary nature. A worthwhile, but slightly lengthy read, if you’re into that sort of thing.
I don’t have a lot to add, but I was tremendously impressed by this.
Over at Forbes I respond to these two excellent pieces by Adam Ozemik by channeling Kevin Carson, Will Wilkinson, and Timothy Carney. If you’d like, you could even stop over and say hello in...