The Intellectual Devotional
100 Installments—Entirely free
Millions of Americans keep bedside books of prayer and meditative reflection -- collections of daily passages to stimulate spiritual thought and advancement. The Intellectual Devotional on DailyLit is a secular version of the same - a collection of daily lessons taken from The Devoted Intellect blog that will inspire and invigorate the reader on a daily basis. Each nugget of wisdom is drawn from one of seven fields of knowledge: History, Literature, Philosophy, Mathematics & Science, Religion, Visual Arts, and Music.
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Opening Lines (Experimental)
Modern adaptations of “classic” works are common enough, especially at the movies. But, whether it’s a straight adaptation (like _O_, an _Othello_ with Josh Hartnett) or a comedy (like _Mighty Aphrodite_, Woody Allen’s brilliant spoof on Greek drama) these movies are obviously serving up ...Back to top
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Reviewed by gogreenavinash on Sep 4, 2012
slightly boring, but okay
Reviewed by jakatke on Jun 29, 2012
Followed this for about a week. There are little tidbits that are interesting but every email is chased with a sales pitch for a book or product on Amazon related to the email.
Reviewed by atmckechnie on Apr 24, 2012
Good, basic, biased
This piece was interesting but I found myself wanting more then what was given in almost every instance. It sent me to wikipedia to do more research which I suppose works out just fine. There was also an interesting voice that strayed sometimes from the pure reporting of various interesting things into the dangerous land of opinion which is fine so long as you are aware that it is there and should watch for it.
Reviewed by jjhanson on Jan 24, 2012
A mixed bag
Some of the topics were really interesting--others not so much. A real mishmash.
Reviewed by cac130 on Nov 14, 2011
Material fine, daily delivery is needed to have the right fe
The Intellectual Devotional material is fine, but it does not have the DailLit OR daily devotional 'feel' without the daily delivery to my inbox.
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Ratings for 'The Intellectual Devotional' by David S. Kidder and Noah Oppenheim