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Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Pt. III

Excursions with Edward F. Mooney Part III: Whirling, Living, Dancing This post is part of an ongoing series. Part I. Part II.  Dean Dettloff: You covered a lot of ground in your previous answer, Ed, anticipating a few other questions … Continue reading

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Repetition and Walker Percy’s Love in the Ruins

As I was writing today, it hit me that Kierkegaard’s notion of repetition bears some interesting similarities to the hilarious apocalyptic satire by Walker Percy, Love in the Ruins. The book revolves around a southern doctor, Thomas Moore (descendant of … Continue reading

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