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Am I really just like 80 million young people in this country? Are we so easy to characterize? Am I so easy to characterize?
What about that beating heart that desires to be singular and unique, known intimately in intricacy, the divine finger print making us each our own?
In peaceful times World of Interiors might easily have been the sub-title for My House in Damascus. The Arabic concept of the baatin meaning the internal aspect that can only be sensed, as opposed to the zaahir signifying the outward visible surface, is one of the leitmotivs of the book, re-awakened from my distant undergraduate days studying medieval Arabic literature at Oxford. 623 more words
The cosmological argument, a classical argument for a ‘prime mover’, was first advanced by the ancient philosopher Aristotle. The argument attempts to demonstrate, by appealing to the impossibility of an infinite regress, that the causal history of the universe cannot be infinitely long; there had to be some first cause, itself uncaused, namely, the prime mover. 974 more words