At the Nietzsche trail in Eze.
Soccer players at the arenes de lutece in the latin quarter if Paris. #paris #arenesdelutece
Still, Dyja stumbles when he condemns the University of Chicago, which he depicts as “a place where attacking and defending ideas was honored more than analyzing them.” Having studied there, I can say that the university’s ethereal, argumentative commitments provide a welcome relief from the crude trade-school mentality at many other institutions of higher learning. At the same time, I have often wondered if geographical isolation — the campus is seven miles away from downtown, connected by a highway that circumvents the poor neighborhoods in between — breeds myopia even more devastating than that in the rest of the city. Did Milton Friedman ever see the burned-out projects as he sped along Lake Shore Drive?
Many of you have probably already become familiar with many of the humorous slogans that cover the uniquely UChicago house t-shirts. However, the often alarming slogans along the lines of “Where fun comes to die” and “Hell does freeze over,” are more a reflection of the student body’s love of…
T-shirts from my alma mater. May explain my sense of humor.
A man’s maturity consists in having found again the seriousness one had as a child, at play. Nietzsche