Tag Archives: Wittgenstein

Reflections on Wittgenstein

This post originally appeared on the author’s blog. by Adam T. Miller If you’re friends with me on Facebook, you may have noticed a recent spell of Wittgenstein quotes as status updates. This is because I’ve been doing a quick … Continue reading

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Genealogies of Religion, Twenty Years On: An Interview with Talal Asad

The following is part of an interview conducted by Craig Martin with Talal Asad, which appears in the February issue of the Bulletin for the Study of Religion, Vol. 43, No. 1 (2014). To read the full interview, please follow … Continue reading

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A is for Adjunct, Part 1

by Kate Daley-Bailey “Hello, my name is Kate and I am an adjunct.” Crowd’s unenthusiastic response… “Hi, Kate…” This is the cliché introduction which members of Alcoholics Anonymous use when greeting new inductees. While I am not trying to make … Continue reading

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