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Bridging the Gap: Boethius’ Consolation of Philosophy

finished this up tonight. man, i LOVE Boethius and his Consolation of Philosophy (his Tractates ain’t too shaby, either…you can read them online with that link…read them on the Kindle earlier tonight).  forgot how much i love this stuff.  first fell for it while working on my Masters at Yale in a class on pre-Dante Christian philosophy.  what a class. anyway, serious serious love.  i feel so excited that i rediscovered it. yeah, i’m a …

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so sad from Plutarch… “The messenger you sent to report the death of our little child seems to have missed me on the way as he travelled to Athens; but when I reached Tanagra I learned of it from my granddaughter. Now the funeral, I suppose, has already been held — and my desire is that it has been so held as to cause you the least pain, both now and hereafter; but if you want something done …

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