Lecturing on cybernetics
in Kansas, 2001
I first took up the study of philosophy at Penn State
University in 1961 and taught Logic for a year at the
University of Nebraska. Starting with Existentialism,
I embarked on a long journey through the Pre-Socratics, Zen Buddhism, Hegel, Marx, Mao Zedong, William James, John Dewey, Charles Darwin and Robert Pirsig.

I'm still a pilgrim on the road,
pushing on, looking for new
revelations around the next
Role Model:
Karl Marx as a young philosophy student
Pirsig's Zen Pragmatism:
A Review of Lila,
An Inquiry
Into Morals

By Carl Davidson

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