Monthly Archives: March 2016

Republican intellectual roots

Please join the Institute of Government and Politics for a lecture today given by Matt Lewis titled, “How can the Republican Party return to its intellectual roots?”  Today (March 22), at 12:30pm in the Perry Pavilion on the 4th floor … Continue reading

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On sin, love, and the Grateful Dead

I read this fine article on love and the Grateful Dead this morning and it occasioned the following reflection: Though this may seem odd to some, I think the Lennon song “Imagine” is one of the stupidest songs ever written.  Don’t … Continue reading

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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

Originally posted on Saint Socrates Society:
As most know, it is the anniversary of Saint Patrick’s death and so the occasion for his Feast Day.  I suppose Saint Patrick’s Day has become, like Christmas, as much of a secular holiday…

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Zombie Symposium

Come discuss the philosophy of zombies, Thursday March 17 in Main 304 from 3-4pm.  

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