Maybe There’s a Little Bit of Natural Religion?

The human mind detects patterns in the natural world. The human mind is a part of and proceeds from the natural world.Therefore, patterns exist in the natural world. Patterns exist in the natural world.The human mind perceives patterns in the natural world. The human mind is part of and proceeds from the natural world. Therefore,Continue reading “Maybe There’s a Little Bit of Natural Religion?”

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My Blakean Life

I have been lax in celebrating William Blake’s birthday, which passed by recently, on Nov. 28th. A Londoner almost all of his life, he was born in 1757 and died in 1827, just short of his 70th birthday. He’s best known for The Songs of Innocence and of Experience, and within that, the poem “TheContinue reading “My Blakean Life”

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Reading as Democracy in Crisis: Interpretation, Theory, History

I’m pleased to announce that Reading as Democracy in Crisis: Interpretation, Theory, History was made available for purchase by Lexington Books, the academic imprint of Rowman & Littlefield, in April of 2019. The featured image above by photographer Rebekah Rovira is the full image used for the cover — you can view actual cover on thisContinue reading “Reading as Democracy in Crisis: Interpretation, Theory, History”

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2018: My Year of the Edited Anthology

Yes, blatant self-promotion here: I have a few publications coming out this year, and they’re edited anthologies, either my own or my contributions of chapters. I don’t feel too bad writing about it, as I love doing this work, so I love talking about it. But I also love hearing other people talk about theContinue reading “2018: My Year of the Edited Anthology”

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