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Southern Son

by Margaret Fedder

The gift of "Southern Son" is Evans’s willingness to write within the space where life meets death. "Southern Son" by William Edmund Evans features two books of poetry, both written in the aftermath of the suicide of the poet’s son,... Read More

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Hope Is a Decision

by Joseph S. Pete

Ikeda has much to say about the human condition, and he does so artfully and with great understanding. Daisaku Ikeda’s Hope is a Decision gives a broad and insightful overview into the thinking of the acclaimed Buddhist religious... Read More

Book Review

The Last Faith

by Lisa A. Flowers

This illuminating work will inspire theological and philosophical explorations. Karmak Bagisbayev’s "The Last Faith", translated by Joanna Dobson, is a highly personal philosophical conversation with God that works to address large... Read More

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Rousseau and Dignity

by Jeff Fleischer

Theoretical discourse meets real life accounts of dignity in context—a juxtaposition the philosopher would have approved of. Rousseau and Dignity: Art Serving Humanity commemorates the 2012 University of Notre Dame lecture series... Read More

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The Living and the Dead

by Meagan Logsdon

"The Living and the Dead" is a challenging and intriguing counterpoint to the modern embrace of the static and the tangible. Toby Austin Locke’s "The Living and the Dead" ventures into the nebulous interconnectedness of life and death... Read More

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