by Anthony KennyNeither here nor there, but once I asked Kenny a question after a lecture (I forget exactly what he was speaking on, but I think it had something to do with the unimpeachable Cardinal Newman).The question concerned Kierkegaard's leap psychology. He opened his mouth prematurely to answer before I was finished my question. My question was long, shirty, and eqotistical. A crumb from the little cake he had been eating flew out into my face. I simply didn't know what to do with my hands.Should I search my face and wipe?
Now I was taught to eat with my mouth closed and not to talk until mastication had been completed. But that was the American South- the Oxford habit of scum and rattiness didn't fly there. These people never throw away their Kleenexes.
I never located the wet crumb, and his inconclusive answer was the simple "No. I don't think so." I doubt he has any memory of the incident.
|Title||The God of the Philosophers|
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