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NANCY E. SHAFFER has been an experimental psychologist (M.A., Cognitive Psychology, Rice University), a philosopher (Ph.D., History and Philosophy of Science, University of California, Davis), and software developer. She taught history and philosophy of science at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec and the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Her philosophical work has appeared in the journal Philosophy of Science and her pop-culture philosophy website, All Things Philosophical on Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel: the Series.
Dis/inhbition is her first novel.
She currently resides in Tempe, Arizona.
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14 thoughts on “The view over morning coffee”
That’s lovely. ❤
So beautiful. I can’t believe how blue the sky is–and I’ll bet it’s wonderfully cool and fresh there, too.
It’s beautiful! Our sky here is all washed out 😦
I hope you guys are having a restful (heh) vacation!
And that is why despite its many idiocies, I will live and die in Arizona…
I’ll bet you can actually see stars at night, can you not?
I miss the stars. Hardly any of them are visible anymore up here in the northeast, way too much light pollution.
Perhaps some photos of the night sky, if starry ’tis?
Looks like a great start to the Gathering!
I enjoyed it.
Wait until you see our GC photos from today!
And the coffee was good, too.
Today was less than restful. But in a good way!!
Many of the folk here don’t deserve all this beautiful. But such is life.
We can indeed see lots of stars from our cabin. Out in the middle of nowhere.