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    • A Critical Analysis of Inception with Respect to the Culture Industry 

      Aguinaga, Ben (2012-05-03)
      Prima facie Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster movie Inception presents a seemingly fanciful idea: the idea that one can successfully implant an idea in the mind of an unaware subject insomuch that the subject believes that ...
    • Hegel, Kojeve, Marx, and Yoder: An Examination of Christianity and Social Justice 

      Faus, Benjamin D. (2012-05-03)
      In the Phenomenology of Spirit G.W. F. Hegel puts forth a number of ideas on man’s relationship with the world. In his chapter on the “Dialectic of Subject,” specifically, Hegel looks at the ability of self-consciousness ...
    • A Natural Signs Approach to the Argument from Desire 

      Davis, Ashley (2012-05-06)
      C.S. Lewis wrote in Mere Christianity that “If I find in myself a desire that no experience in this world can satisfy, the best possible explanation is that I was made for another world.” From this experience of desire for ...
    • Praying Towards Deification: A Study in the Theology of Contemplation 

      Pomeroy, Samuel Arthur (2012-05-08)
      The last century of patristic scholarship has seen a striking revival in the study of the Cappadocian Fathers, with particular attention given to Origen of Alexandria, Gregory of Nyssa, and Maximus the Confessor. These ...
    • A Priori Laws and the External World 

      Byrd, Cameron (2012-05-03)
      This thesis demonstrates that any interpretation of the status of ‘mind-independent reality’ or ‘the external world’ in Kant’s transcendental idealism is incomplete if it fails to account for the metaphysical implications ...