Michael Katz teaches at Case Western Reserve University. He has published a number of fictional Socratic dialogues. His favorites are: 1988 Pherecydes’ fable. Syracuse Scholar 9: 79-84. 2005 Socrates and the wrestling exam. SubtleTea [Online] 2009 Socrates to himself. Philosophy Now 73:52-52 and Vocabula [Online] Socrates Dreams of Intelligent Design CORISCUS: Socrates, why are you […]Read more "Socrates Dreams of Intelligent Design"
As a young girl, I sang with my mother. We listened to the radio in the car, played vinyl records at home, or even better, my mom would pick up her guitar and we’d sing a folk song. I remember when I first heard Phoebe Snow sing “Poetry Man” from the backseat of our car […]Read more "Lady Listens: Stories and Interviews from Women in Music"