Posts tagged with the category Robert G. McInerney
The Walls of San Gimignano and the Shadow of the Tower
"I want the world to recognize, with me, the open door of consciousness." -- Frantz Fanon
I was recently in the Tuscany region of Italy exploring the ancient walled-in cities (Volterra, San Gimignano). They are astonishing for many reasons, and despite the distracting and rampant tourism in some of them (many little stores sell Pinocchio...
A Brief Phenomenological Account of the Shooting Spree
That gun butt felt so smooth and warm cradled in your palm;
Oh your childhood cried out into your head “they mean to do you harm”
This brief essay is a section of a larger work entitled "The Thing Called Gun: A Phenomenology of a Shooting Spree." I presented a paper on this topic in November of 1999...
On the Movement and Interrelation of Youth and Diversity
Your old road is rapidly agin'
Please get out of the new one
If you can't lend your hand
I’m interested in the thematic connection between two exciting and important movements in existential-humanistic psychology today: the youth movement (Bargdill, 2011) and the move toward diversity (Hoffman, Yang, Kaklauskas, & Chan, 2009).*...