Tag Archives: James P. Carse

Table 2 (poem)

“…Sustained / by statisticians, I am a maker / of passionless tables that summarize / in numbers the reasoned philosophy / of this well-ordered State’s philosopher-kings.” A poem for National Poetry Month. Continue reading

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No Questions, Questions (poem)

You wouldn’t think Jerry Prevo would inspire poetry, wouldja? But this is the 2nd I’ve written b/c of him. Yikes.

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Religion v. belief

Friday before last, on my way down for coffee, I spotted a book on the new books shelf of the UAA/APU Consortium Library whose title caught my interest: The Religious Case Against Belief.  Its author, James P. Carse, is a … Continue reading

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