D.P. O’Connell is a translator, editor, and writer who lives just south of McCarren Park in Williamsburg. Trained in the history of Philosophy, he has published numerous articles and book reviews, as well as completing several translations, in this and related areas. Among other projects, he is currently working on a book about the inapprehensible precision of truth in the writings of Nicholas of Cusa (1401 – 1464).
- RT @the__Liberator: A big day for Kerry, when my house at Derrynane opened as a museum today in 1967! #KerVMayo #Kingdom https://t.co/DQ64U… 1 day ago
- Morning, somewhere near the centerline of the eclipse and Sparta (Tennessee). https://t.co/RDCrQvzO7G 1 day ago
- RT @the__Liberator: In the tomb @glasnevinmuseum https://t.co/FUT9Mh6BwA 1 day ago
- RT @sentantiq: “Knowing much doesn’t teach you how to think.” πολυμαθίη νόον ἔχειν οὐ διδάσκει. #GoodMorning #Heraclitus 2 days ago