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Twelve Rules for Life – Or Death?

In my last post I cited Walker Percy’s observation that this modern age is one of “theory and consumption.”     That means, according to Brian A. Smith in his commentary on Percy, that: Americans are a sad people, and we commonly … Continue reading

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Twelve More Rules: Really?

  You already know, if you read this blog regularly, that I am a consistent reader of Rod Dreher.  He blogs extensively – actually, almost manically at times – over at The American Conservative.  He writes about the intersections between … Continue reading

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