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By Nevin Climenhaga, postdoctoral fellow at the University of Notre Dame As I had the honor to attend the recent Templeton Prize Ceremony for Alvin Plantinga, Helen De Cruz has asked me to write a summary of the event for the Prosblogion audience. For those who would like to see the ceremony for themselves, a [...]Continue reading . . . News source: The Prosblogion read more...

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Oxford's Very Short Introductions series taps into a very old human desire to know everything. Eight million copies have been sold to readers who yearn for masteryContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily read more...

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[Revised entry by Richard E. Grandy and Richard Warner on October 9, 2017. Changes to: Main text] Herbert Paul Grice, universally known as Paul, was born on March 13, 1913 in Birmingham, England and died on August 28, 1988 in Berkeley CA. Grice received firsts in classical honours moderation (1933) and literae humaniores (1935) from Corpus Christi College, Oxford. After a year teaching in a public school, he returned to Oxford where, with a nearly five year interruption for service in the Royal Navy, he taught in various positions until 1967 when he moved to...Continue reading . . . News read more...

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[Revised entry by Richard E. Grandy and Richard Warner on October 9, 2017. Changes to: Main text] Herbert Paul Grice, universally known as Paul, was born on March 13, 1913 in Birmingham, England and died on August 28, 1988 in Berkeley CA. Grice received firsts in classical honours moderation (1933) and literae humaniores (1935) from Corpus Christi College, Oxford. After a year teaching in a public school, he returned to Oxford where, with a nearly five year interruption for service in the Royal Navy, he taught in various positions until 1967 when he moved to...Continue reading . . . News read more...

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[Revised entry by Dennis Hirota on October 9, 2017. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography] Pure Land Buddhist teachings have played a major role in Japanese intellectual and social life from the sixth century CE, when emissaries from the Korean peninsula first officially introduced Buddhist images and texts to the Japanese court, down to the present. While the influence of the Zen tradition on Japanese thought and culture is widely acknowledged, the role of Pure Land Buddhist concepts and sensibilities have tended to...Continue reading . . . News source: Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy read more...

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You are a secret opponent of the Nazi regime, and you happen to see Schmidt sneaking up on Hitler with an axe and murderous intent. You know what?s happening: Schmidt believes that Hitler has been committing adultery with read more...

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You are a secret opponent of the Nazi regime, and you happen to see Schmidt sneaking up on Hitler with an axe and murderous intent. You know what?s happening: Schmidt believes that Hitler has been committing adultery with read more...

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Henry James transformed the novel form into something new. Turn to chapter 27 of The Portrait of a Lady to see the birth of the psychological novelContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily read more...

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In the early 1930s, Nazi jurists debated how best to create a racist regime. They found inspiration in American lawContinue reading . . . News source: Arts & Letters Daily read more...

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