Category Archives: Tucson

The Interpretation of Dreams (“In the Aftermath of Tucson V”)

“And certainly we should take care not to make the intellect our god…” [1] Readers familiar with the phenomenon of dreams and dreaming may be forgiven if they immediately assume that this post’s title was inspired by Sigmund Freud’s trailblazing … Continue reading

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In the Aftermath of Tucson IV (“The Tree of Life”)

Both a legend from the Bible and a dream from one of the 20th century’s more infamous murderers were compared in last week’s post to dreams and visions of alleged Tucson shooter Jared Loughner. In all cases, it would seem … Continue reading

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In the Aftermath of Tucson III (“Lack of Earthly Reality”)

The David Brooks quote which opened the first “In the Aftermath of Tucson” post will serve again as a jumping off point for this and the next blog post: “Civility is a tree with deep roots, and without the roots, it can’t … Continue reading

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