"If we are to accomplish the impossible feat of (re)composing a group from a multiplicity or, equally impossible, making a plurality obey a common order, it is necessary above all not to start with beings with fixed opinions, firmly established interests, definitive identities and set wills. This would guarantee failure, for any work of composition [...]
A doctoral student in the course I co-taught last semester (Brief History of Western Thought) created this wonderful drawing based on Raphael's "School of Athens." Several of the figures are renditions of the students and faculty in our class. I thought I'd share it. Any guesses which one is me?