The Anglican Way. James C. Fenhagen

Contemporary culture always provides context, usually of the combative kind, to religious faith. Yet it provides opportunities as well. I have been struck by an observation of Walker Percy’s in his 1980 novel The Second Coming. One of the novel’s characters, Will Barrett, reflects on the religious dimension of contemporary culture: Marion had been a… More The Anglican Way. James C. Fenhagen

Neuroscience and philosophy must work together Guardian Article

 By Barry Smith The brain is made up of a series of interlocking systems. Photograph: Sebastian Kaulitzki / Alamy/Alamy Sunday 4 March 2012 Theories of consciousness are challenged by recent research into the impact of brain function on the sense of self Human beings are part of nature. They are made of flesh and blood,… More Neuroscience and philosophy must work together Guardian Article