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The back wall of Ruminator Books' Open Book location is saturated with the conservative ideologies of fellow tenants Milkweed and the Loft.
Nellie Stone Johnson: Hungry The Life of an Activist by David Brauer Ruminator Books, February 2000, $23.00 ISBN 1-886-91335-8
I never sat down and thought about how I want to live my life; I'm a doer, rather than a ruminator. My gut feelings lead me to follow the path I've chosen.
The mystery novel, with its clever detectives, before whom truth is revealed, supports historiography, since the latter is under the sign of being "guided by chance and curiosity." "Embryo" precisely naturalizes these aspects of the ancestry of historiography, an origin in venatic actions, but always present (the meaning of sui generis) when the right combination happens, as when Cuvier cites Zadig to support paleontology's use of conjecture, the "cloven hoof" allowing for the guess that the animal was a "ruminator": "When causes cannot be produced, there is nothing to do but to deduce them from their effects" (117).
Eventually, a slight depression sets in and the ruminator becomes melancholy.
Troubled Minnesota independent bookstore, Ruminator Books, announced both good and bad news yesterday.
Djaout left behind an unedited manuscript of The Last Summer of Reason (Ruminator Books).
Ruminator Books,in St Paul, USA, has received items from important figures in the literary world, such as signed t-shirts and Paul Auster's broken reading glasses, to auction on eBay to help pay off the store's debt.
Cognitive inflexibility among ruminators and nonruminators.