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It is thus that the few rare lucid well-disposed people who have had to struggle on the earth find themselves at certain hours of ...
Burke and Adams had much in common. Adams read Burke's Philosophical Inquiry, for example, as part of his preparation for life and ...
We should not leave Shopping World without questioning our initial assumption, that here we are in the modern agora. The agora of ...
When science drove the gods out of nature, they took refuge in poetry and the porticos of civic buildings.
To get time for civic work, for exercise, for neighborhood projects, reading or meditation, or just plain time to themselves, moth ...
Immorality, perversion, infidelity, cannibalism, etc., are unassailable by church and civic league if you dress them up in the tog ...
But look what we have built ... low-income projects that become worse centers of delinquency, vandalism and general social hopeles ...
When Ernest Hemingway died by his own hand, he was in deep depression and had written little of value for a long time. Scott Fitzg ...
Between the Christian and Roman ideals of the early centuries A.D. there is a disjunction which is perfect. Rome stands for corpor ...
Far less brilliant, original, and versatile than the Greeks, the Romans were content to borrow most of their culture from them. Th ...
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