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An America Without Borders – by Samuel Loncar

An America Without Borders – by Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar February 3, 2017 0

The Editor reflects on the meaning of America What defines us is not our leaders or our borders. A President does not make an epoch. Borders are normal. Like doors, they allow access and

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Science vs. Religion and Other Modern Myths – by Samuel Loncar

Science vs. Religion and Other Modern Myths – by Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar October 7, 2016 0

On Peter Harrison’s The Territories of Science and Religion, and Jerry Coyne’s Faith versus Fact: Why Science and Religion are Incompatible. If god is dead, myth is not. Myths are the stories that tell

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How to Be Human in a Machine World – by Samuel Loncar

How to Be Human in a Machine World – by Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar December 8, 2015 0

The future of humans in a world dominated by computers Humans seem to relish the prospect of their own extinction. Perhaps it’s the imaginative equivalent to standing on the edge of a cliff overlooking

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American Memory, American Tragedy – By Samuel Loncar

American Memory, American Tragedy – By Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar June 20, 2015 0

  Samuel Loncar on America, past and present We are what we remember. And what we forget. Racial murder is not tragic. Oedipus is tragic. Willy Loman is tragic. Clementa Pinckney, Sharonda Singleton, Myra

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The Vibrant Religious Life of Silicon Valley, and Why It’s Killing the Economy – By Samuel Loncar

The Vibrant Religious Life of Silicon Valley, and Why It’s Killing the Economy – By Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar May 26, 2015 3

Samuel Loncar on Jaron Lanier’s Who Owns the Future? He even looks like a prophet. Well, how a prophet might look like in the digital age. Jaron Lanier, technologist and computer scientist, cannot be

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Are Evangelicals the New Liberals? – By Samuel Loncar

Are Evangelicals the New Liberals? – By Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar December 9, 2014 0

Samuel Loncar on David Hollinger’s After Cloven Tongues of Fire and Molly Worthen’s Apostles of Reason It’s an old story. As the world becomes modern, the forces of modernization destroy the intellectual, institutional, and social

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Enlightened Religion? Idealism as the History and Destiny of Modern Theology – By Samuel Loncar

Enlightened Religion? Idealism as the History and Destiny of Modern Theology – By Samuel Loncar

Samuel Loncar April 15, 2014 1

Samuel Loncar on Gary Dorrien’s Kantian Reason and Hegelian Spirit: The Idealist Logic of Modern Theology Is a truly modern religion possible? Can faith survive in the face of modern science and knowledge? These timely questions

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