By: Julie Ann Ponzi
Posted: September 9, 2002
This article appeared in: Vol. II, Number 4 - Fall 2002
By: Julie Ann Ponzi
The political meaning of 9/11 has been less clear than one might have expected.
American people do not live surrounded by a moat, which means that there are 10,000 concentrations of people every day
A rejoinder to Buckley, Gaffney, Owens, Podhoretz, and Tucker.
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Does Dostoevsky offer a viable alternative to the modern trends he deplores?
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The interaction between Rawls the interpreter of past philosophy and Rawls the theorist of justice is what makes Lectures
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One good proposal for the Twin Towers memorial has emerged: a monumental column suggested by the veteran critic Henry Reed.