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QuickFly: On Philosophy

The Spring 2010 issue of The Gadfly is soon out in print and now available online. We hit the highlights:

On protest, or Columbia’s recent lack thereof. (p. 4)

On religion and science. (p. 7)

On philosophy and art. (p. 11)

On whatever Finnegans Wake is about. (p. 20)

On love. (p. 24)

On parents. (p. 28)

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4 Comments

  • Reader says:

    @Reader Hey Bwog – the Gadfly has a website. http://www.gadflymagazine.com. You can link to the articles there…

    Other than that, cool cover, Gadfly.

    1. David says:

      @David Thanks!

      Now improved with links.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous finnegans wake is awesome. everyone should read the crandell article and the kitcher interview

    1. I agree. says:

      @I agree. Shana is a straight up ballaaaaa and her article was outta this world. I am a more enlightened person for having read it.

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