Monthly Archives: February 2010

Sex, Colonialism, and Anglicanism: the ethics of mourning.

When I have time, I enjoy reading the New York Times online with my morning breakfast.  As I opened the “world” section of the paper, I noticed a headline and read the article at once:  “Same-Sex Couple Stirs Fears of … Continue reading

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LOST: Living Beyond Meaning

In the latest episode of LOST (season 6, episode 2), Jack Shepherd is, once again, confronted with a situation that he can’t understand and yet requires concrete action.  Sayid, after having died and come back to life, is tortured by … Continue reading

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