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A critique of Richard Dawkins' mistaken theology

Dawkins speaks scoffingly of a personal God, as though it were entirely obvious exactly what this might mean. He seems to imagine God, if not exactly with a white beard, then at least as some kind of…

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Quotes

The Present, with more options

The final limit on capitalism, Marx once commented, is capital itself, the constant reproduction of which is a frontier beyond which it cannot stray.  There is thus something curiously static and repetitive about this most dynamic of all historical regimes.   72 more words

Terry Eagleton

The Materialist Philosophers (A Review)

Review by Curtis Cole

Terry Eagleton is best known as a literary and cultural critic; his sharp pen and sharper wit combined with his erudite Marxist theory to take the Anglo-British academic world by storm. 632 more words

Student Reviews

Mathias Enard's Compass

James Joyce wrote of “an ideal reader suffering from an ideal insomnia”, exhibiting characteristic Joycean contempt for a reader of limited duration of attention. In this sense, Mathias Enard’s… 324 more words

James Joyce

Artcivic-Bunlar Fabl Değil Çocuklar

Bu topraklarda gözümüzün önünde yiten, katledilen

tüm insanlara, insanlığa ve değerlere,

“Antonio José Bolivar Proano, takma dişlerini çıkarıp mendiline sarmaladı ve bu trajediyi tetikleyen gringoya, Belediye Başkanı’na, altın arayıcılarına, canından çok sevdiği Amazon Ormanı’nın bekâretine göz diken herkese lanet okudu; sonra palasıyla kestiği kalın bir adlı baston gibi kullanarak El Idilio’ya, barakasına ve birbirinden güzel sözcüklerle aşktan bahsederek insanların ne kadar barbar olduğunu onu unutturan romanlarına doğru yola koyuldu.” 14 more words

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Quote of the Day

Any attempt to define literary theory in terms of a distinctive method is doomed to failure…Just think of how many methods are involved in literary criticism.

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