Posts Tagged: metaphor

“Turning to things – ontology, epistemology, and a case of metaphorism” – essay online

Last fall I gave a paper called Turning to things – ontology, epistemology, and a case of metaphorism at the forth Ruin Memories workshop in Svanvik, Norway. The paper is now available in essay form on the Ruin Memories website.

“Turning to things – ontology, epistemology, and a case of metaphorism” – essay online

Last fall I gave a paper called Turning to things – ontology, epistemology, and a case of metaphorism at the forth Ruin Memories workshop in Svanvik, Norway. The paper is now available in essay form on the Ruin Memories website.

Oscar day seminar

Any archaeologist interested in philosophy or semiotics should mark their calendar for the Oscar day seminar to be held this December in Helsinki. The deadline for paper abstracts was November the 1st, but I’m sure they are still accepting them.

Oscar day seminar

Any archaeologist interested in philosophy or semiotics should mark their calendar for the Oscar day seminar to be held this December in Helsinki. The deadline for paper abstracts was November the 1st, but I’m sure they are still accepting them.

Songs with equine metaphors

This week I came across yet another song with a metaphor related to horses. This is the Finnish rap artist Lord Est with ‘Hellä Ori’ (Gentle stud/stallion).   One of my favorites is still ‘Feed the Horse’ by Fagget Fairys.

Songs with equine metaphors

This week I came across yet another song with a metaphor related to horses. This is the Finnish rap artist Lord Est with ‘Hellä Ori’ (Gentle stud/stallion).   One of my favorites is still ‘Feed the Horse’ by Fagget Fairys.

On the metaphorical nature of war and archaeology

An adventurous chase in a jungle has replaced war as the ultimate form of adventure. The idea of going to war per se is no longer romantic. It has been replaced by the notion of going on a treasure hunt,

On the metaphorical nature of war and archaeology

An adventurous chase in a jungle has replaced war as the ultimate form of adventure. The idea of going to war per se is no longer romantic. It has been replaced by the notion of going on a treasure hunt,