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  1. John Herreid

    Memory and Sensation: Feeding the Imagination

    December 16, 2013 10:35 am Leave a Comment

    “Any agnostic or atheist whose childhood has known a real Christmas has ever afterwards, whether he likes it or not, an association in his mind between two ideas that most of mankind must regard as remote from each other; the idea of a baby and the idea of unknown strength… Read more »

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  2. John Herreid

    Pope Francis, Literature, and Creativity

    September 20, 2013 11:19 am 1 Comment

    In America‘s recently published interview with Pope Francis, the pontiff talks about a very wide range of subjects. So it’s no surprise that literature comes up as a topic: I have really loved a diverse array of authors. I love very much Dostoevsky and Hölderlin. I remember Hölderlin for that… Read more »

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