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  • An Undeserved Nobel Prize in Literature

    An Undeserved Nobel Prize in Literature3

    One purpose of literature is to draw people closer to the good, true, and beautiful. Authors find formulas to express the best of human nature, even when framed by tragedy or adversity. The writer should present perspectives that elevate, captivate, and draw others to consider sublime ideals. Thus, many literary authors were revered and remembered

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  • Why Is the Toy Market Targeting Adults?

    Why Is the Toy Market Targeting Adults?3

    It is easy to dismiss adult toy-buying as a craze of little significance. But the appearance of the “kidult” is troubling from several perspectives, for it speaks of the state of a decadent culture that embraces childish and immature things. The kidult idea also participates in the postmodern desire to be what one is not.

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  • Why Greta Thunberg Should Be Time’s ‘Person of the Year’

    Why Greta Thunberg Should Be Time’s ‘Person of the Year’0

    Time Magazine has announced that this year’s Person of the Year award will go to the 16-year-old Greta Thunberg. The Swedish school-girl-turned-eco-activist has become the poster-girl of the climate change-turned-emergency worldwide. The choice was not surprising, given the media adulation for the girl who has traveled the globe with a minimal carbon footprint. Time has long abandoned

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  • The American Descent Into Uncivil War

    The American Descent Into Uncivil War0

    When we say Americans are divided and polarized, it can conjure up the image of cloth stretched to the point of ripping. However, this image does not represent everything we are experiencing as a society. Indeed, the social fabric is already torn. The united America we once knew no longer exists. Instead, larger or smaller

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