I don't normally write about Tottenham or football, but I feel as though my feelings towards the club are changing again. There’s a lot of Jose-in and Jose-out conversations. Will we win the cup, or how badly will City thrash us? More importantly, it’s making me reconsider what is happiness and how I experience it. … Continue reading Spurs-y
Now, I didn't forget my friend's Sanchi's birthday. I just got the date wrong. This isn't my way of saying happy birthday, I did call her and wish her. However, it's a start to a proper apology. Recently she asked me for a reading list on philosophy, so I thought I might as well share … Continue reading A reading list for Sanchi
Another Friday entry written on the phone. Sorry for the spelling and grammar mistakes. (Hopefully I will not make this a habit. I dearly miss sleep) Today I had just Criminal Law, with a lecture in the morning and then a tutorial in the afternoon. In today's lecture we continued with our look into Homicide, … Continue reading Entry 29
Big news for me personally today (still relating to the GDL), I was made a course representative: with no election. This meant that I have continued my streak of entering positions of authority with no backing of my fellow students. Whose said that democracy was alive and well with students? To more academic issues, today … Continue reading Entry 11
Today I had my first tutorial in Tort law. As I have already noted about my lecture, there is a massive focus on the number of cases I need to know. While I was able to complete the ominous amount of reading, alas I had not prepared the adequate level of detail (well there wasn't … Continue reading Entry 10
Criminal Law was back on the agenda today, and it tied in Tort Law quite well as the main topic of the lecture was omission and commission regarding the duty of care. With this in mind, I am not going to bore you with more details about the duty to care, and it’s Friday night. … Continue reading Entry 9
It started off with the public law a lecture where we had an excellent introduction into constitutions and what the purpose of constitutions are for regarding a democratic society. Perfect for me, as I have not only I just completed my master’s in Democracy and Comparative Politics but spent my time in a module called … Continue reading Entry 4
So it begins....