Tag Archives: evolution

A Work In Progress

It’s hard to believe that this semester is already ending! Next semester will be my last as an undergrad at Trinity. I will be taking my last few environmental policy classes as well as some education courses. I am also … Continue reading

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Charles Sanders Peirce is Wrong

Twentieth century philosopher, Charles Sanders Peirce claimed that “all the evolution we know proceeds from the vague to the definite.” According to Peirce, the evolutionary process is a progression from the question to the answer and, ultimately, the fog is … Continue reading

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On The Origin of Trailers

Movies have barely been around for a century, yet they’ve arguably undergone as many evolutions and alterations as several art forms that have been around for centuries. One could also argue that movie trailers have evolved with them. Over the … Continue reading

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