Tagged: cartoon

Analects of the Core: The Old Testament on Cain’s conception

Today’s visual Analect is taken from Robert Crumb’s sumptuous Illustrated Book of Genesis (Norton, 2009). Click on the thumbnail above to view Genesis 4:1-15.

Cartoon comfort for paper-writers

Current and former Core students in the midst of their semester-end exams and papers will be amused by this cartoon from Cabanon Press, featuring second-year author Cervantes.  They have a whole series of these looks at the private composition habits, even including another Core author, Emily Dickinson.

Analect of the Core #11

The secret thoughts of a man run over all things, holy, profane, clean, obscene, grave, and light, without shame or blame. — Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan. “Few historians know of the heartwarming friendship between French Reformation theologian John Calvin and English political philosopher Thomas Hobbes, the latter of whom may or may not have been real, […]