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The Lie of the Open Society
John P. East
II John Locke The related problems of "the public orthodoxy" and "the open society" were major concerns of Willmoore Kendall throughout his professional career. In his reappraisal of...
The Theology of Socratic Piety
"One Being, the only truly wise, does not and does agree to be called Zeus." - Heraclitus This reading of the Euthyphro will grapple with the accusations of impiety leveled against...
The Trials and Death of Socrates
I am grateful for the opportunity to have reflected on the life of Socrates as I wrote this evening's lecture. Of course, it's not every life that is told through the story of its death, but I think this is...
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