Real Life Is for March

After writing about Kantian Transcendentalism as a forestructure for Jean Piaget‘s theory of cognitive development, I’m a little drained.  So, in the spirit of Leap Day, I offer you 30 Rock‘s best movie-themed episode since Harry and the Hendersons.

I could explicate the phenomenological implications of 30 Rock‘s representations of American culture as neurological dysplasia.  Or I could do something fun—because nothing that happens on Leap Day counts.  Real life is for March.



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