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Text of Friday chapel address given at Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo, Michigan on September 30, 1977.
Discerning the Body
Text of sermon given at First Baptist Church, Kalamazoo, Michigan, on November 4, 1979.
A Critical Examination of the Capitalistic Economic System from the Moral Point of View
The basic thesis for this essay is that the mechanisms by which capitalism hopes to provide satisfactory answers to the questions—“How to produce,” “For whom to produce,” and “What to produce”-- have important moral and ...
E.D. Speaks: Opinions and Review Written for the Liberation News Service
Work should be creative and fulfilling. One should work in order to create, not in order to live. Men should do work they like to do, but also be able to sustain themselves and their families comfortably. In other words, ...
What's Your Game, Bud?
My purpose in this paper becomes now to display something of the character of Mr. Austin's manner of critical discourse. Austin has given to his own philosophy the title "linguistic phenomenology". I should like to ...
Nelson Goodman on Music: Assessment of a Controversy
Nelson Goodman's Languages of Art is an attempt to make some logical distinctions between different types of art. Goodman's first distinction is between autographic and allographic arts, that is, between arts whose ...
Environmental City Planning: Selected Philosophies of the 19th and 20th Centuries
In examining a part of the evolution of environmental concern, this paper will outline and discuss apparent trends and Utopian concepts which have emerged in architectural and city planning philosophies.
On Wittgensteinian Grammar
Whitehead's Doctrine of Perceptive Experience
The purpose of this paper is not so very difficulty to characterize: it is an exposition of the doctrine of perceptive experience held by Alfred North Whitehead. And although in one sense there is no originality on the ...