Number 67, November - December 2009
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"He would be a coward who withdrew from the challenges, sacrifices and dangers his people had to endure, but he would be no less a coward and traitor who betrayed the principles of the life of the mind to material interests – who, for example, left the decision on the product of two times two to the rulers. It is treason to sacrifice love of truth, intellectual honesty, loyalty to the laws and methods of the mind, to any other interests, including those of one's country. Whenever propaganda and the conflict of interests threatens to devalue, distort, and do violence to truth as it already has done to individuals, to language, to the arts, and to everything else that is organic and highly cultivated, then it is our duty to resist and save the truth, or rather the striving for truth..."
Welcome to our tenth anniversary issue! If you're curious about what the first issue looked like, check it out: SCR Number One. At that time the intention was to make SCR bilingual (English/Spanish), but unfortunately it didn't work out.
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Southern Cross constellation in the Traslasierra Valley, Province of
Córdoba, Argentina. Visitors always welcome. Just follow the sign that
reads: La Cruz del Sur.
You can find us under the Southern Cross constellation in the Traslasierra Valley, Province of Córdoba, Argentina. Visitors always welcome. Just follow the sign that reads: La Cruz del Sur.
Table of Contents
The Tamil Tigers and the Tooth of Buddha
Form and Color in the Animal Kingdom
Evermore - a romance
A Bright Apartment in Munich
Star Trek and Anthroposophy
The Raising of Lazarus
Confessions of an Economic Hit Man
Manhattan Faces and Eyes Forever
Poems from "The Glass Bead Game"