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Ahab Rages and Odysseus Weeps: Trauma as a Core Concept for Humanistic Inquiry

June 24, 2022

Thanks to David C. Yamada, a 2022 Fellow in Ideas, for today’s post.

The Great Books of the Western World series includes the two-volume Syntopicon, An Index to the Great Ideas, which contains 102 core ideas and accompanying entries that help to frame the major works to follow.

 » Read more about: Discussing Trauma  »

November 24, 2017

Thanks to Alissa Simon, HMU Tutor, for today’s post.

“The code word for America was our mother Ne-he-mah.”

“I enjoyed serving my country and my people.” – Chester Nez

Protecting our country is an act of honor and bravery. Every one of those citizens who sign up for the arduous task of defending America is worthy of mention. Just within my own life, I have come to listen more closely to those veterans who are familiar to me.

 » Read more about: Code Talkers  »

May 26, 2017

Thanks to Alissa Simon, HMU Tutor, for today’s post.

Many veterans have shaped our history in both service through military and then ongoing service after their military careers. All military contributions are incalculable, but important for contemplation and discussion. Additionally, the contributions of those once they have left military service is worth our contemplation. Veterans often face great unknowns in their military career, and then upon leaving the service,

 » Read more about: Powell’s Adventures  »

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