Daily Archives: January 4, 2020

Nos E A Gente: A Case Study In Languages

One of the more personally enjoyable aspects of language study to me is the way that such studies of words lead to a great many implications that help to explain the differences between cultural mindset.  One of the first examples … Continue reading

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Book Review: Talking About God

Talking About God:  Exploring The Meaning Of Religious Life With Kierkegaard, Buber, Tillich, and Heschel, by Daniel F. Polish This book suffers greatly from the problem of ulterior motives and also serves to the reader as a reminder that when … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kierkegaard For Beginners

Kierkegaard For Beginners, by Donald D. Palmer This is a book I wish I had read when I was younger.  As a teenager just becoming interested in philosophy as a formal subject, this would have been a good book to … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Introduction To Kierkegaard

An Introduction To Kierkegard, by Peter Vardy I must admit that among philosophers that I have not tended to read much of the writings of the gloomy but alarmingly Nathanish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard.  This book certainly does a good job … Continue reading

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