Daily Archives: June 27, 2010

Seneca the Younger: Do As I Say?

Seneca the Younger was a first century C.E. rhetorician. In A New History of Classical Rhetoric, on pages 176-177, G.A. Kennedy states the following about Seneca’s ideal style, and the question of whether or not Seneca himself followed it: Much … Continue reading

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Not So Much “Survival” of the Fittest

I’m still working my way through Jerry Coynes’ Why Evolution Is True.  In today’s reading, Coynes tackles a question that (according to him) baffles a lot of creationists: Why did God make male animals that have the ability to attract … Continue reading

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