My memory--ha!--tells me that we once had a discussion on this listserv
about voice, I'm not referring to the discussion of authenticity/"real"
writing, but more along the lines of "helping students find their own
voices"--or perhaps that was only one aspect of the discussion. Does
anyone share my memory? remember when or under what subject line(s) the
I'd like look at that discussion to seek some starting points for one
aspect of the presentation/activity I'm preparing for Inkshed next
week. So I hope the discussion actually happened. (If it was all in my
imagination, I guess I'll have to look there.)
P.S., Someone, I don't remember who, asked for a translation of
Tertullian's "Credibile est, quia ineptum est." Roughly, "I believe it
because it is absurd."
Credibile est, quia ineptum est.
Tertullian, De carne Christi 5.4.
Prof. Rick Coe
Simon Fraser University
Burnaby, BC V5A 1S6
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