To Wonder Again

Cohen, Eric S.
May 2000
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;May2000, Issue 103, p23
Examines religious aspects of human existential angst in a contemporary society in the United States. Influence of technological advances on human behavior; Characterization of the moral drifter; Correlation between irony and cynicism; Purpose of the existence of man; Assertion of philosophers on the relationship between art and reality.


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