Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Student Comment on Social Justice, Rawls, and Chris H.

Professor H, A student in your Political Philosophy course asked that these comments be forwarded to you since they could not fit in the comment box available on the Student Ratings survey: This is from a student in my Political … Continue reading

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God is an American

Okay, not really. While many of us cringe at the heavy doses of American exceptionalism (often in the most cheesy forms) within Mormon Culture, maybe there is something valuable in viewing American and Christianity as being intertwined. However, not intertwined … Continue reading

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Cosmopolitanism: An Alternative to Patriotism

Author’s note 2010: I had hoped to write a new post for this year, but given time constraints, I will again share this post. It was originally posted July 3, 2009. Author’s note: The following is not particularly Mormon Studies … Continue reading

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