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I Judged Her Until Yesterday

April 6, 2013 martin 0

(Reprinted from July 2007) It was a Sunday in September. The afternoon breeze fresh from the south. The sun gently warming. It was the kind of afternoon where one might pause and feel good with the world. The streets of Eagle Junction were quiet and […]

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Applied Theatre and the Story of Axel

May 26, 2010 martin 0

On reading Plato’s dialogues I came across this forward by W.H.D Rouse: “Socrates himself described his object as that of a midwife, to bring other men’s thoughts to birth, to stimulate them to think and to criticise themselves, not to instruct them.” More and more […]