Drinking from the Well of the Past: A Reflection on the Role of History in Literature & Philosophy for the Modern World

Very deep is the well of the past. Should we not call it bottomless? Bottomless indeed, if — and perhaps only if — the past we mean is the past […]

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The Circle Dance

A sun-warmed sapling, opening each leaf, My soul unfolded in your quickening ray. “The inner brought the outer into life,”   I found the light within the light of day, The Consolation […]

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Chesterton As Philosopher: The Revival of Philosophy

The best reason for a revival of philosophy is that unless a man has a philosophy certain horrible things will happen to him. He will be practical; he will be […]

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The White Light of Wonder: G.K. Chesterton’s Philosophy of Art

G. K. Chesterton wrote extensively on the subjects of creativity, imagination, and art, and did so as an accomplished artist in his own right. During his distinguished career, he produced […]

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