We like to make our home inviting, especially over the holidays. One of the places we begin, and perhaps you do as well, is your front doorway. We scrub the entrance and the light outside our door, rake away accumulated leaves, sweep all the cobwebs our industrious spiders weave, clean the storm door windows, and […]
Looking back at science topics from 2019.
ESN Author Mark Hansard continues his series on faith and reason with an exploration of the problem of evil in the work of contemporary philosopher Eleonore Stump. For the rest of Mark’s series, click here. Eleonore Stump’s book Wandering in Darknessis a unique contribution to the literature on the problem of evil. Stump holds the […]
But why do human babies look like that in the first place? Partly it has to do with the constraints of development and childbirth. But it may also have something to do with the domestication of humans.
And so it is that the plays attributed to Molière have been analyzed and found to be more like his other writing than like the writings of his contemporaries.