Published June 28, 2020 in Warp & Woof Writer’s Block Where Am I Going, Anyway? William Sundwick I can’t seem to focus these days. Is it Coronavirus quarantine fatigue? Or, is it a much deeper philosophical crisis? I must ask myself: what kept me going writing in Warp & Woof, for nearly three-and-a-half years, thatContinue reading “Writer’s Block”
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Warp & Woof, v.1.3
Published September 28, 2019 in Warp & Woof Warp & Woof v.1.3 Welcome to Warp & Woof, a blog from William Sundwick. Its purpose is to share with its readers some ways to navigate the philosophical, moral and aesthetic dimensions of life. It is not a scholarly blog, but the author hopes that his ownContinue reading “Warp & Woof, v.1.3”
How Did Cars Become Totems for Advanced Industrial Civilization?
Published March 1, 2017 in Warp & Woof How Did Cars Become Totems for Advanced Industrial Civilization? Personal experience from mid-century America William Sundwick Origins It started in Germany. When Gottlieb Daimler and Carl Benz, acquaintances from a start-up engineering firm, invented a light-weight internal combustion engine (ICE in today’s parlance), they apparently realized thatContinue reading “How Did Cars Become Totems for Advanced Industrial Civilization?”
Warp and Woof: Welcome!
Welcome to Warp & Woof, a blog by William Sundwick. It is in the public domain. Free for all. Its purpose is to help its readers negotiate their lives and their futures … in the philosophical, moral and aesthetic realms. It is not scholarly, and neither is it overtly religious. Its author, however, has comeContinue reading “Warp and Woof: Welcome!”