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Resolutions Gone Wrong

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As January comes to a close, the first month of the New Year is under our belts. Thirty-one days ago, you might have made a resolution. Has it lasted so far? Did it last a week, much less a month? Sure, you went to the gym every day until January …

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Articulating Humanity: Can art exist without suffering?

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“We have difficulty imagining it, yet it will come to pass and be quite natural—art without suffering, psychologically healthy, that confides without solemnity, that trusts without sorrow, an art that is on a first-name basis with humanity.” Adrian Leverkühn in Thomas Mann’s Doctor Faustus Published in 1947, Thomas Mann’s novel …

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