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Answered a Question in The Nine Tailors
In The Nine Tailors, Cranton tells most of his story near the end of the book. I am assuming that you are referring to his and Deacon's original stories at their trial for the theft of the...
Answered a Question in Religion
Archbishop Rowan Williams seems to be attempting to chart a path through late twentieth-century philosophy and culture to reach a place of faith in God as mediated through the Christian scriptures....
Answered a Question in A Tale of Two Cities
There seem to be dualities and similarities between England and France. Both countries have monarchs and landed aristocracy, yet a number of differences set them apart. London stands for calm and...
Answered a Question in Social Sciences
Karl Marx was a sociologist of a sort before there was such a discipline. Max Weber was one of the first self-conscious sociologists. Marx studied history and economic forces and tried to determine...
Answered a Question in A Shining Affliction: A Story of Harm and Healing in Psychotherapy
This is an amazing book demonstrating the danger and potential of analytic psychotherapy. The fact that it is biographical makes it a very courageous account. The story begins with Dr. Annie Rogers...
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