Speculation on the classical, biblical, and theological sources of a line in “Absolutely Sweet Marie.”
On Aristotle’s POLITICS in Conrad’s UNDER WESTERN EYES.
Before debates between Christianity and science even begin, we must ask: how can we even know anything?
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A new book gives a useful set of tools for newcomers to think through the virtue ethics tradition.
In the Reformation, the Philosopher was used by the Reformers just as much as by Roman Catholics.
An admirable book, hampered by unfriendly times.
Cooper’s defense of the scholastic method argues for seeing continuity, rather than disjuncture, between Luther and his successors.