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Kalev’s Anti-Blog: Strauss on the Bible

By Kalev Pehme Leo Strauss has the uncanny ability to make the unorthodox seem orthodox. In his treasure-trove of an essay, “Jerusalem and Athens,” Strauss provides us with one of the strangest examinations of the Bible, but he makes it … Continue reading

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Kalev Pehme’s Anti-Blog Reading Silently

It is exceptionally bad that we don’t have Marshall McLuhan around today to make sense of our electronic world. The Canadian thinker became well known in the 1960s when his book Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man somehow made into … Continue reading

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