Category Archives: deeply intellectual
Parenting Without God: Experiences of a Humanist Mother, by Jane Wynne Wilson I found the tone of Parenting Without God to be rather obnoxious, which considering my own position on its subject matter and the fact that I’m a Dawkins … Continue reading
Occasionally I have had recourse to the above twitter tag, entirely without irony, and to amuse myself.
The trouble with parenting manuals is that the idea of a set of instructions for a human being is just preposterous; no human beings fit neatly into a predictable description formulated by someone who has never met them. Our children … Continue reading
I have eaten the plums that were in the icebox and which you were probably saving for breakfast. Forgive me they were delicious so sweet and so cold.