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Chertoff: We need an Interfaith 2.0 to match pluralistic principles

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Meryl Justin Chertoff, Executive Director of Justice and Society at the Aspen Institute, delivers the Interfaith Lecture on Monday in the Hall of Philosophy. 613 more words


Kennesaw State University’s Zuckerman Museum Hosts “Pause” Exhibition

By: Fiyin Korede

At Kennesaw State University, the Zuckerman Museum of Art endeavors to, “exhibit, collect, preserve, and interpret significant works of art” to further research and education on campus and in the surrounding community. 1,505 more words

Tis the Season - and What About the Atheists - Can they have Morality

Interesting book review by Susan Jacoby in Dec 19 New York Times Sunday Book Review. Book is Phil Zuckerman’s ‘Living the Secular Life’. The book covers the idea that atheists can’t have morals. 267 more words

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'Listen Up Philip' vs. 'Inside Llewyn Davis': On the Interior Life of the Asshole Artist

I couldn’t stop thinking of the Cohen brothers’ Inside Llewyn Davis while watching Alex Ross Perry’s new movie, Listen Up Philip. Not just because of the superficial similarities: not just because Philip and Llewyn are both grumpy, hirsute male artists who seem intent on disseminating their self-important masculine angst. 1,590 more words