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A painting is not its interpretation. At the moment it encounters me in the art museum, a painting exists for me. But it does not need me. It exists for me in a particular way, a way that challenges my control, rendering me receptive (i.e., passive). T.S. Eliot once said that the meaning of a poem exists [Read More...]

Morality is a Feeling I Feel

Wake Forest University president Nathan Hatch, marking the Sesquicentennial of Boston College, made a few remarks on the case for religion in liberal education. Among them: The mystique of digital connection keeps us in a constant state of anticipation and interruption. When a beep goes off, our first obligation is to respond. William Powers has [Read More...]


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