The widely read essay by A.O. Scott, “The Death of Adulthood in American Culture” argues pretty convincingly that the changing heroes and anti-heroes of contemporary television provide a glimpse into a larger shift in contemporary life, a shift that now means adulthood as we have come to know it, is conceptually untenable. 1,183 more words
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Here are two relatively unconventional takes on Jesus and Paul:
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I am not the first to risk the comparison that makes of him a Lenin for whom Christ will have been the equivocal Marx.
The efforts that go into solving complex mathematical problems, the failures as well as solutions, must be deriving from that set of solution for which such endeavor strives, which then shows that all such work, indeed all work, is determined in nature. 3,057 more words