Saturday, February 28, 2009
"Marx did not "say everything," not only because he did not have the time, but because to "say everything" makes no sense for a scientist: only a religion can pretend to "say everything." On the contrary, a scientific theory, by definition, always has something else to say, since it exists only in order to discover, in the very solution of problems, as many, if not more, problems than it resolves."
Saturday, February 21, 2009
I've been thinking (well...mostly just today) about perhaps doing an independent study on Susan Bordo and Judth Butler, just so that I can have a chance to read all of the works they have written and perhaps be more prepped for my comp. But then I would have to put off my comp to second semester, which I guess doesn't really matter.