Cupid, Capra, and the Cross
In this month's update, we have two new poems, a longish reflection on contemporary politics in the light of Aristotle, Burke, and Frank Capra, and a very short reflection on the Sign of the Cross. On this Ash Wednesday, I note that all these items make for good Lenten reading, with one poem giving you reason to look inward and another representing what you may well find there, if you do look. Click the links below to read them all!
Also included below is a recent lecture I delivered on the relationship of Poiesis to Human Dignity. It sums up the present state of my understanding on human nature, art, and contemplation. I gave the lecture to a small, private audience and did not intend it for wider distribution, but since it is now, like everything else, on the internet, I guess there is no harm in sharing.
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