Just returned from NYC

Family and I had a great time. We were introducing the kids to the City, so we loaded up on old standards: Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Wall St., Empire State Building (went up late at night — very cool), the Met, the Guggenheim, Times Sq., etc. Also, of course, trips to big toy stores. Two especially gratifying highlights for me were operating the remote-controlled sailboats in Central Park and also seeing how adept the kids are at knowing what to do in a crowded city, and in getting through subway turnstyles. Somehow, we trained ’em real good for a couple of Utah kids. I also had the chance for a cup of coffee with two friends at NYU, Don Garrett and John Richardson, and we talked about Spinoza and Nietzsche, of course.

About Huenemann

Curious about the ways humans use their minds and hearts to distract themselves from the meaninglessness of life.
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1 Response to Just returned from NYC

  1. Rob says:

    Any word on when the Gemes & Richardson-edited “Oxford Handbook of/on Nietzsche” is going to appear?


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