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Review: Chicago

Chicago – perennial POP-ular appeal

Chicago 
Book and Lyrics by Fred Ebb and Bob Fosse
Music by John Kander
Canberra Philharmonic Society, Erindale Theatre… 1 085 mots de plus

Review

Like everyone else

It's so quiet 
in My head
There's so much I could be
There's so much I could do

But, is it really worth it?
Yeah, sure, work hard for tomorrow
But, when is tomorrow, 
that unreachable dystopia with an eternal dawn? 65 mots de plus
Angst

Homesick

I'm not sure anymore, 
but I just might be.
I love being vague,
it creates so many loose ends

I'm a pretentious prick,
yeah, sure, but I own it,
like no one else would,
at the cost of real friends. 119 mots de plus
Philo

Dr. Dustin Smith on the Embodiment of Wisdom

Dr. Dustin Smith has recently released two videos regarding the portrayal of God’s wisdom in Jewish literature, and how it relates to the famous prologue of the Fourth Gospel.  1 488 mots de plus

Biblical Unitarianism

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AW17 Celine catwalk hit the runway this week, rich with Philo’s finger on the zeitgeist: Oversized tailoring, hints of the eighties and mannish overcoats.

Not so far away in terms of style, but millions of miles when compared in price, high street store… 24 mots de plus

Fashion

Moonsday Madness: Dione

Some of the mythically named moons of our solar system point to huge narratives; for instance, last week we examined Tethys, and there was barely enough space in one post to gloss over her stories, bound up as they are with the events of the Trojan War. 752 mots de plus

CITATION DU JOUR / CITA DEL DÍA / QUOTE OF THE DAY

“Le camp est l’espace qui s’ouvre lorsque l’état d’exception commence à devenir la règle.”

Giorgio Agamben, Homo sacer. I, Le pouvoir souverain et la vie nue (Homo sacer.
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