A good book to question ones belief systems...A must read!
This too is an important point, but it should not be conflated with ontological dualism, and it should be seen to be independent of any necessary commitment to theism.
Ms. Robinson repeatedly bemoans the preclusion of "metaphysical" thought by the modern scientific (which she seems to define as post-Newton) approach.
Very, very academic and philosophical. She presents a brilliant defense of the spiritual in our lives. Have your dictionary ready!Published 1 month ago by Marilu Cowan
This book is written with the most convoluted sentences that I have ever encountered. There are so many phrases in some sentences that by the time you get to the end you have... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Anthony G. Vickers
Ms. Robinson is obviously a very talented writer of fiction-very talented, indeed. I'm fully in her camp when it comes to the neoscientific age which we are experiencing that... Read morePublished 4 months ago by D. Hughes
The essence of Marilynne Robinson's thought is dazzling, and the ways in which she takes on the para scientific community helps sort out the morass of misinformation and assumption... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rebecca Emlinger Roberts
Same as above. Too complicated. Assumes we have read the same stuff as she has.Published 5 months ago by Rev. Doanld Marxhausen
This is in the tradition of "Death of Adam", a collection of essays which take a deep, historically informed look at western culture. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Karl Hess