Trivium Pursuit

Archive for September, 2018

Screentime — Laurie, why do you keep harping on this subject?

Saturday, September 29th, 2018

How do you deal with a husband who comes home from work every day and sits in front of a screen till he goes to bed? He watches the news all day, plays video games, or stares at his phone — he is seriously addicted to screens. I’ve tried for 10 years straight talking to […]

Envy: “if anything shall be lacking which would condemn Faithful, I will then enlarge my testimony against him”

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Excerpt from John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress Part One …Then at an appointed time, Christian and Faithful were brought forth to their trial, and hence to their condemnation. They were brought before their enemies to be arraigned. The Judge’s name was Lord Hate-good. Their indictment was one and the same in substance, though somewhat varying in […]

Curious about delayed formal math

Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

Hi Laurie! We have been doing Classical Conversations for a few years now and recently I really gathered what the trivium is. A couple of years ago I gave up a formal reading curriculum and my son learned to read just having been read to and having the desire to read (mostly to read what […]

Sale on The Fallacy Detective this week

Tuesday, September 11th, 2018

Sale on The Fallacy Detective this week. We have 20 copies of The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-Eight Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning at a price of $15 each (free postage — U.S. addresses only). These are all new, undamaged copies. Message us at our Fallacy Detective Facebook page to order.


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