Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Sound of Agitation

In the movie “Immortal Beloved,” about the life of Beethoven, the composer is describing a piece of his music. He is talking about a young man going to see his love, and being hampered by the weather. He says, “That … Continue reading

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The Centrality of Intention

Have you noticed that in legal cases, the intention of a person often weighs heavily in determinations of guilt? It is not simply what you do but what you intend to do that matters. Of course actions count and they … Continue reading

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