Subject: PhilosophyPrimary location: United States
Published in:Journal of Architecture and UrbanismPublication date:2014-07-03
Aristotle speaks of the city as a place to go and a place to stay, but he also speaks of it as a koinonia turned toward good. That marks it as bein...
Published in:JAMAPublication date:2009-10-14
Published in:PMLAPublication date:2009-10-01
In the United States, the best-known antiwar speech of the past decade is not antiwar. Barack Obama’s remarks, delivered at an antiwar rally in Chi...
Published in:National IdentitiesPublication date:2004-03-01
Venturing into unfamiliar territory, reﬂective travelers struggle to place it as much as to place themselves in it. In this article, the author dra...
Published in:The Journal of Value InquiryPublication date:1995-06-01
Published in:SantalkaPublication date:2008-08-29
On the interrelation of ethics, religion and aesthetics, including reflection on faith, reason, poetry, and politics.
Published in:Philosophy in the Contemporary WorldPublication date:2002-01-01
Taking up John of Salisbury’s dictum that we read ancient texts to improve our eyesight, this article returns to an “old” book for “new” insight in...
Published in:Religious Studies ReviewPublication date:2006-01-01
Published in:Religious Studies ReviewPublication date:2006-10-01
Published in:Religious Studies ReviewPublication date:2008-06-01
Published in:International Journal of Applied PhilosophyPublication date:1988-01-01
Thinking About War And What Will Suffice
Published in:New ScholasticismPublication date:1989-01-01
Published in:Philosophy and TheologyPublication date:1988-01-01
Thinking About the First Coming
Published in:Philosophy in the Contemporary WorldPublication date:1995-01-01
Western Philosophy’s Abandonment of Its Multicultural Matrix
Published in:Philosophy in the Contemporary WorldPublication date:2003-01-01
A City In Which Violence Is Not Necessary