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From kicking tires to embracing philosophy, Tom Martin teaching the 'essential things'

Kearney Hub 14 May 2022
Mary Jane Skala. KEARNEY — If a young Tom Martin had been told he’d become a distinguished philosophy professor, he’d have laughed. “Back then, I wanted to go from bar to bar playing a blues guitar,” he said ... A transformation ... In Quito, he said, Indians went to town barefoot to go to the market, sleep in the plaza, then walk back to their villages ... .
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