On Triggering and the Triggered, Part 3 | Alastair's Adversaria [WARNING: This post contains language and discussion that rape or sexual abuse survivors may find upsetting.] Within this post I will continue my analysis of the debate surrounding the words of Pastor Douglas Wilson’s that Jared Wilson posted over a week ago. I have already blogged twice on the subject – here and here. Both of these posts have provoked extensive discussion, with over 230 comments between the two of them.
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Camille Paglia's "Sexual Personae": Book Review Her first chapter dazzles. 39 pages astonished me with her passion.
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Sexual Personae Whenever Camille Paglia's turns out another study of the Western Culture, she succeeds in aggravating a wide spectrum of intellectuals.
Western Culture's Lurid Evolution - Rapid Pulse When you "beef up" something, you improve it. When you don't "beat around the bush" you go directly to "the meat of the matter." If you're a "couch potato" who "vegetates" in front of the boob tube all day then you're undoubtedly sloppy, out of shape, listless, and dull.
Interview Art & Decadence
For students and scholars of nineteenth-century literature and culture, the term "Decadence" conjures various images of 1890s England: 1. 'perversity' and 'degeneration' in life and art -- celebrating the "unnatural" and "unhealthy" 2. a devotion to artifice -- fetid hothouses, where monstrous and seemingly artificial orchids are cultivated as a challenge to nature and assertion of human cunning 3. an artistic and literary protest against a spiritually bankrupt civilization 4. experimentation in life and art -- a Blakean belief that "the road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom" Decadence
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