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The Embodied Person as Gift

The Embodied Person as Gift

The body in its physical structure as such bears a vision of reality: it is an anticipatory sign, and already an expression, of the order of love or gift that...
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Philosopher of Love: David L. Schindler

Philosopher of Love: David L. Schindler

For the orthodox Christian, is doing one’s public duty more or less reducible to voting for the most socially conservative Republican on the ballot—and then shutting up about whatever misgivings...
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Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth

Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth

Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth. D.C. Schindler. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2018.   Love and the Postmodern Predicament aims to recollect the...
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Show Me Your Laces: The Identical Aesthetic and Ideological Clash Exemplified by Anarchist and Neo-Fascist Punk

Show Me Your Laces: The Identical Aesthetic and Ideological Clash Exemplified by Anarchist and Neo-Fascist Punk

On the twelfth of September, 1992, the Waterloo station of the English National Rail system erupted into a riot, with two groups of men viciously attacking each other throughout the...
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The Communications of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra: Tongued With Fire Beyond The Language Of The Living

The Communications of Avatar: The Last Airbender and The Legend of Korra: Tongued With Fire Beyond The Language Of The Living

The media, colloquially referred to by some as, “the liberal media,” is widely known as one of the strongholds of the political left. Combined with the university and our K-12...
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For the orthodox Christian, is doing one’s public duty more or less reducible to voting for the most socially conservative Republican on the ballot—and then shutting up about whatever misgivings one might have? Surely not. Yet for many election cycles, this has been often implied by the self-appointed guardians of practicality and political realism. It is even increasingly heard from…

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Love and the Postmodern Predicament: Rediscovering the Real in Beauty, Goodness, and Truth. D.C. Schindler. Eugene, OR: Cascade Books, 2018.
 
Love and the Postmodern Predicament aims to recollect the pre-modern vision of humanity through an exploration of beauty, goodness, and truth, each of which characterizes a special form of the human encounter with reality. Beauty awakens in us our desire and…

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On the twelfth of September, 1992, the Waterloo station of the English National Rail system erupted into a riot, with two groups of men viciously attacking each other throughout the depot and the nearby streets. The ensuing clashes included both beatings and stabbings, and local police temporarily closed the train station to stop the chaos, eventually making thirty-six arrests[1].[2] The…

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The media, colloquially referred to by some as, “the liberal media,” is widely known as one of the strongholds of the political left. Combined with the university and our K-12 schools, these institutions are indoctrinating our children towards political liberalism.
While this may be the overwhelming sentiment from these arenas, not everything emanating from them conforms to political liberalism. There are…

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Some astronomers think that a great, even infinite, number of universes are floating about somewhere out there in space. These worlds, with no real evidence, to be sure, are said to exist in addition to the one in which most of us have but temporary residence. The universe we do find ourselves in does seem vast enough for the purposes…

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Matters of faith, philosophy, and theology were the center of intellectual debate at the beginning of the modern era. A previous age of traditions and institutions was being swallowed up by a wave of epistemological inquiry fueled by scientific discoveries and a rise in natural theology. These new pursuits put to question the relationship between faith and reason that Church…

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Eric Voegelin and the Continental Tradition: Explorations in Modern Political Thought. Lee Trepanier and Steven F. McGuire, editors. Columbia, MO: University of Missouri Press, 2010.
 
Originality and independence of thought are  evident  within  the  continental tradition. Yet the search for freedom and for truth has been marked by growing concerns about the possible collapse of modern Western society. Conscious reflection on…

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A book never can meet all the expectations readers of it may project on it. Even if its subject wouldn't be treated in one volume only, but in twelve volumes. Nor could its author exhaust, by preventive arguments, all questions that readers, in their encounter with the book, may imagine. The hermeneutical process is endless. This is no reason to…

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