Notes from Stallings Archive - The Winsome Scholar - page 4
Three more presentations, three more sources:
  • An excerpt from Descartes’ A Discourse on Method
  • An entry on Leibniz from The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (secondary source, but still a good one. Would be worth checking your dude out there, too.)
  • Percy Bysshe ((rhymes with “fish”)) Shelley’s “A Defense of Poetry
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We had three presentations today. If any of these authors seemed appealing to you, feel free to delve further: {0}
Bill Blackbeard, without question or quibble, is the only absolutely indispensable figure in the history of comics scholarship for the last quarter century—and will undoubtedly retain the title for well into this century and beyond. via Bill Blackbeard, The Man Who Saved Comics, Dead at 84 | The Comics Journal. {0}
The ALAs top 10 most frequently challenged books of 2010: 5.  The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins Reasons: Sexually explicit, unsuited to age group, violence via Brave New World among top 10 books Americans most want banned | Books | guardian.co.uk. {0}
“Comic-Con International Comic-Con is proud to announce the nominations for the Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards 2011. The nominees, chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges, reflect the wide range of material being published in comics and graphic novel form today, from heartfelt autobiographical works to books aimed at kids and teens to deluxe hardcover archival editions. Unlike in past years, superheroes are very much in the minority in this years selections.”
via The 2011 Eisner Awards: Nominees Announced – Nominations Span Full Range of Works. {0}