Brian Sorrell writes. I am a professional philosopher and educator, currently with one full-time student: my son.
How can a baby generate so much laundry?
McCarthy's is the prose of a man who has taken the time to think things through.
It occurred to me last night that I could very easily lose my hand.
The biggest injustice is that F. W. De Klerk shared a Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela.
Looking at him is looking into me.
For years, we had worked in relative anonymity as we were never given name plates.
In sum, I can no longer tolerate the stench of microwaved frozen lunches in the break room.
Riding on the wrong side of the street, on sidewalks, weaving in and out of cars: these activities make bicycling appear dangerous.
We inadvertently brought together a whole lot of people who would never have met one another otherwise.
These initiatives are long-overdue commitments to overhauling our attitudes toward energy consumption.