Classical Stuff You Should Know: Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offenses
Listen now
As we are all apart for the holidays, I'm going to read a few of my favorite essays and stories to keep your appetite for content sated. This one is by Mark Twain.
More Episodes
In this episode, Thomas walks us through the context and performance of Frederick Douglass's speech given to the ladies of the "Rochester Anti-Slavery Sewing Society" in Corinthian Hall on July 5th. The speech does not suck.
Published 07/05/22
Published 07/05/22
"WHAT IS MATH!?" hollers the girl on TikTok. Turns out she's right. Any system requires reference to an external system to make itself consistent, but any system is only a metaphor for the whole. Trust me, it makes sense. This is a cool episode about math and science.
Published 06/28/22