The Weekly Gnuz & Lynx Roundup for Caturday, 2013/04/13


Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor

Christopher Eccleston as the Ninth Doctor (photocredit: wikipedia)

Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor

Patrick Troughton as the Second Doctor (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Lately I’ve been in one of my brooding Ninth Doctor (or Second Doctor, take your pick) moods. I’m not happy with the current progress of my education.

Meh. *Hiss*

Yes, I know that’s irrational, unnecessary and counterproductive, so I’m pacing myself by mixing study with relaxation, while using more objective gauges of my learning rate so I don’t drive myself barmy that I haven’t memorized in one sitting the complete plays of Sophocles or the text of the essential dialogues of Plato.

Impatience does me no good, and it is a quick path to burnout and failure. Focus.

This has been a good week, otherwise, and has been quite fun. I’ve just come back as of this typing from a good walk on the beach while having some *Aha!* moments which should serve me nicely during the next week. I’ve done a book review for Massimo Pigliucci’s Answers for Aristotle, see below, which I rather enjoyed working on. I hope it was objective, fair, and piques your interest.

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