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Welcomed Interlopers

I’ve been away for a while, doing too much writing for work and not enough of my own here and elsewhere. In the mean time, we have had a few  new faces around the yard. (Photo attribution: Aviceda [CC BY-SA 3.0 (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0)%5D, from Wikimedia Commons.) I looked out an upstairs window one day and saw … Continue reading

Augustine and Dawkins: the prequel

In this regard, we cannot understate the importance of the late Roman imperial decrees of the 4th century, by which the subjects of the Roman Empire were required by law to live, as the decree said, ‘according to the apostolic discipline and evangelical doctrine.’ Alan Bekhor, “God, the West and the Scholastic Mentality’ http://www.standpointmag.co.uk/text-march-11-god-the-west-and-the-scholastic-mentality-alan-bekhor-aquinas-maimonides-bacon It … Continue reading

Speaking in Latin, or why I need an introduction to Boris Johnson

Along with the the survey of Latin literature comes the instruction in speaking in Latin or as the experts put it, ‘oral Latin.’  My lack of knowledge will instantly be demonstrated when I reveal that my first reaction to the exhortation to speech was “How do they know?”  Of course, it was swiftly pointed out by … Continue reading

My Latin Notebook

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