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Views on religious pragmatism started with William James' book The Will to Believe and moved progressively from there (Davis, 2008, p. 77). Now different views on religious pragmatism are fought out in books and articles by pragmatists. This paper will examine the primary views of William James and Richard Rorty, with regards to other pragmatists such as Cornell West, John Dewey and Charles Pierce to compare and contrast views on religion in pragmatism.
The Bazaar, the Wicked and the Downright Crazy is an unexpected journey into human action--it is "our" story as a species, as a people and as individuals. If you are a thinker, you will probably relish in this piece as it is a little bazaar, a little wicked and maybe even a little crazy in and of itself. Yet, it finds it way into the promising and positive. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.
In strange male-female pairings one may ask what a certain woman might see in a certain man, believed to be not in the same league as the woman. Eva Braun's relationship with Adolf Hitler, perhaps history's most reviled man, was one such "Beauty & the Beast"-style relationship.
Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl. Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.
A Fresh Look at Gerogia O'Keeffe is a delving into the artist's life in order to delve into her masterful art. As an ex-art reviewer I can say that most art can be understood by looking at the canvas, paper or board it has been painted on.Not true with Georgia O'Keeffe--to understand her art one mucst first understand the woman--I've attempted to make this possible in this article. If you're an art lover, you ought to like this piece. I do--not because I wrote it but because it is about a most amazing human being.