Tag Archives: individualism

I know exactly how you feel

Well first, can it possibly be true? Can anyone who is not me know just how I feel? No. It cannot be. But it can be largely true? Yes, and it almost certainly is. I am going to think a … Continue reading

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Individualism and Authenticity in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”

“…the perturbation of Elizabeth’s feelings was every moment increasing.  She was quite amazed at her own discomposure.” [1] Even if Elizabeth Bennet were not famous as the heroine of Pride and Prejudice, this little clip would still probably be recognized … Continue reading

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American Catholics and African Catholics

 Yesterday, the New York Times released a poll they conducted with CBS.  The goal was to ascertain the views of Roman Catholics in the United States.  I want to go further in this post, but here are some results that … Continue reading

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