Monthly Archives: August 2009

wicklow way

I went on the Wicklow way, Glendalough to Glenmalure, I enjoyed the hike but had to keep a fast pace on the first day to ensure I did not run out of daylight and then a fast pace coming back … Continue reading

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http://www.philosophynow.org/issue74/74taylor.htm Charles Taylor is one of the world’s leading living philosophers. Chris Bloor talks to him about philosophy and society. Charles Taylor’s intellectual journey took him from studying at McGill University in Montreal to Balliol College Oxford, then back to … Continue reading

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Balance

 Balance Sunday… After a bit of walking around a “walk and talk” tour of Hugh Lane gallery I was very happy to crash out  at the flat, as one seeks company to relish solitude so one must seek activity to … Continue reading

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gbs… you can learn a lot from gbs

super healthy,fit, regular writing routine at the reading room of the british museum and lot sof socialising with ‘societies’, but, I think those late nights are a bad idea, if you ask me, but then, we are all different eh … Continue reading

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super man shaw

Picked up a biography from the library yesterday, I was right about his accidental ‘hot housing’ with a house full of books to read, books are also easy to swap and borrow, though not always to carry, I remember reading … Continue reading

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Bernard Shaw born….nearby :)

Turns out, I now live near the birthplace of George Bernard Shaw, as saw a sign mentioning his birthplace recently I went along today and found it a treasure trove of information on GBS and his early life, works etc. … Continue reading

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