Daily Archives: September 5, 2019

Prologue: The Starting Point: Part One

Before addressing the subject of biblical meditation, it is worthwhile to examine where we stand with God before conversion.  Believers seek unity with God (and others), something we will discuss in far more detail later on, but we do not … Continue reading

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Book Review: How To Write A Thesis

How To Write A Thesis, by Umberto Eco In many ways, this charming and relatively short guide to how to write a thesis is somewhat obsolete in that it was written in an age of card catalogs before word processing … Continue reading

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Book Review: Serendipity

Serendipity:  Language And Lunacy, by Umberto Eco This particular book is a collection of essays, and they demonstrate the approach that Umberto Eco has taken as a semiotician through the course of his career as a philosopher.  With a strong … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Aesthetics Of Thomas Aquinas

The Aesthetics Of Thomas Aquinas, by Umberto Eco This book happens to have been the author’s first book, and while it was a book whose contents were deeply interesting to me, they are not the sort of contents that I … Continue reading

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