May 1, 2009

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Guerrilla Comics: WHERE WE’LL BE BUYING OUR GASOLINE.

closed-sunoco-500pxInteresting how this has gone- we may not have thought a huge decline in gasoline demand would be so early and obvious. Or leave such tidy relics. They’ve neatly left the sign- the building code must not have required its removal. Later (and in other environments), we imagine the derelict sites of gasoline stations may look rather different. What do you think?

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September 7, 2008

THERE ARE NO PRIVATE ACTS: Ethics Cannot Be “Personal Choice”

Private Moral Questions?

Some of us have the idea that ethical matters are personal. That it is a tenet of “freedom” and “liberty” and “democracy” (more…)

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