Daily Archives: July 6, 2012

This Is Herman Cain 6

I have four items for my write-up today on This Is Herman Cain. 1.  On pages 152-153, Herman Cain says that the 39 percent of Americans who approve of Barack Obama’s job as President are not informed voters.  I really … Continue reading

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The Therapeutae and the Extreme Allegorizers; Women Philosophy Students

I’m continuing my way through Joan Taylor’s Jewish Women Philosophers of First-Century Alexandria: Philo’s ‘Therapeutae’ Reconsidered. In my latest reading, Taylor did two things.  First, she argued that the Therapeutae may have come from the extreme allegorizers whom Philo criticizes—-the … Continue reading

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