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Apologies

November 27, 2012

I’d like to apologize to my fellow co-bloggers and to the readers of this blog for my extended absence over the last few months.  I’ve been negligent all around – in participating in posting and commenting here (and elsewhere on the Internet) – and even to responding to comments left for me.

It was an exceptionally busy time for me – I finished writing another book (but this one was a Franken-book that fought back at me as I struggled to tame it!) and I had an unusually heavy load of teaching.

I’m back swinging now, and hope I can share some interesting material over the next few weeks and months – until the next big project sweeps me up.

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  1. November 27, 2012 1:14 pm

    Welcome back, Theophrastus. I’m sure I can say with everyone else that we’ve missed your posts and your comments and how we look forward to them.

    My own regrets are that I’m getting into a very very busy time myself (and have only, since our posting of the carnival, been able to just glance at the wonderful posts of our co-bloggers, and I see that you’ve posted on a book you’ve ordered on the reception of Aristotle in philosophy and science). Well, teaching and book writing (especially when they have such life) are much more worthwhile than the blog. Glad you’ve not only been productive but are also, like it or not, encouraging me, at least, to maintain focus on the extra-blogging work. I wonder now if it may become post-blogging work. Please pardon my silence here.

  2. November 28, 2012 12:30 am

    Welcome back, Theophrastus! Congrats on your book and good luck with your teaching.

    Kurk, I sure hope it turns out to be “extra-” and not “post-“!

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