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Shaw and Religion

Shaw and Religion Ed by Charles A Berst, Penn State 1981 “There is to say Be and It Is,” is a Shavian saying. Shaw is indebted to numerous philosophies. He experienced religion in poetic terms. Development religiously was his perception … Continue reading

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War and Peace In The Global Village

War and Peace in the Global Village Marshall McLuhan and Quentin Fiore 1968 The village has indeed become global. Marshall McLuhan was right. No man is an island any more. The earth itself is an island. ~Time Magazine, 1981 The … Continue reading

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