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Canon and Contingency

I do think that a great many of the supposed great men were indeed great, or that at least their books were. But I realize that their greatness was a function of a host of factors which recent scholarship has … Continue reading

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The Good Life and True Spirituality, Purged of All Superstition

Aristotle attempts always to write clearly and intelligibly, because his goal, short of explaining everything in the heavens and on earth, is at last to rid philosophy of any residual traces of superstition and mystagogy, or any of the myth … Continue reading

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