Good Lord, we're not the only ones. We spent our post-partum days (my wife and I) with the Oxford Very Short Intros to Kant, Hegel, and Heidegger - a German triad and an awkward introduction to the world for our little girl.The series is kind of addicting.
Agreed. This is my third of a dozen or so I hope to get through before the end of August.
Peter Singer, atrocious views on infanticide and all aside, actually did a rather fantastic job on Hegel.
Gosh. All I read post-partum was The Velveteen Rabbit. (Dangerous reading post-partum. You cry a lot.)Adorable kids, BTW.Diane
Typical commie, you get a woman to do the childcare while you put your feet up and read. - mercyorbemoaned
Gosh. All I read post-partum was The Velveteen Rabbit.Diane, there's an Oxford VSI book about Children's Literature. ;-) http://tinyurl.com/3fsozve
I love the VSI's! Those and Coplestone's History are things I would save from a burning building after the people were out. Given that I'm a heavy sleeper, I'm sure I'd be the last one out anyhow.
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