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Haiku – adapted from the words of Johnny Cash

on the front porch mother’s guitar — the harp of King David Advertisements

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Philosophy’s burning ring of truth

John Huss is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Akron. He is also a musician and writer who edited “Johnny Cash and Philosophy,” a collection of essays that explore philosophical issues by examining the life and art … Continue reading

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Interview with musician Josh Ritter

Can an easy going guy who had a comfortable upbringing thanks to two supportive parents create good art? In the case of singer-songwriter Josh Ritter, the answer is a resounding yes. Out of the gate, critics praised his work. They … Continue reading

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Philosophy’s burning ring of truth

John Huss is an assistant professor of philosophy at the University of Akron. His work can be found in the recently published “Johnny Cash and Philosophy,” a collection of essays he edited that explore philosophical issues by examining the life … Continue reading

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