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    Sobriquet 45.19

    Monday, August 25, 2008
    This is going to have to be really brief. Since I have a long day ahead of me tomorrow and because I had a busy day today, I really want to hit the hay soon. Still, despite all the time spent running errands and such, I did go over another two articles, which I will discuss one day soon.

    All I can say now is that, with a new semester and a new set of challenges before me, the pressure to work on the dissertation every day has intensified and the resultant anxiety has reached new heights. I'll try to document that here, though my packed days may mean fewer long entries. We'll see.

    Oh, and on a totally off-topic note: Jean-Paul Sartre is delightful.

    For tomorrow: Read another article, transcribe a bit, or work on the bibliography.

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  1. From Minxy:

    Tackle one thing at a time...that's all you really can do with this semester and your concurrent work on the dissertation. You can manage it all, I'm sure. And Jean-Paul Sartre is delightful. :)

    By Blogger Sobriquet Magazine on 27 August, 2008
  2. I will admit that I am not familiar with too many philosophers, although I have to agree, Jean-Paul Sartre is delightful. My Philosophy teacher in HS focused on him a lot.

    By Anonymous Morgan on 27 August, 2008

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