People Are Different

People are different, and their relationships to things outside them are different. Something to someone is something else to someone else. Someone's comfortable warmth is someone else’s sweltering heat. Someone's bright illumination is someone else’s blinding light. Someone’s tasty snack is someone else’s source of nausea, someone’s crushing boredom someone else’s sweet relaxation. Someone's novelty … Continue reading People Are Different

Science, the Constructionists, and Reality

[Background: I recently had the honor of co-authoring an article about language and interpretation with Graham Johnson of Suspended Reason. My section was about how difficult it can be for scientists and humanities scholars to understand each other, with reflections from my own experiences studying Science, Technology and Society. I only had 1500 words at my … Continue reading Science, the Constructionists, and Reality