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Our story Our Sulzer Regional Library Great Books Discussion Group has been meeting for more than 30 years. Annually, we pick a theme to guide our book selections and discussions. This year's theme is morality. Last year we read books dealing with...
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SomersetI'm a classical liberal. I am very open about my philosophical beliefs and do not fear sharing them. Oftentimes, though, I am asked, what makes me a classical liberal? What makes anybody a classical liberal? A classical liberal is somebody who believes...
Jacket CopyLots of great book titles with bacon! And if you've seen too many go by on Twitter lately, blame Carolyn Kellogg and Elissa Schappell....
When listening to the news on television, computers, reading our newspapers that speak of all the problems we face at home and abroad, I can’t help but think of the song that we sang years ago, “Stop the world, I want to get off!” I...
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Question: With all due respect, I felt that your response to a recent question regarding cremation might have offended some readers. Your opinions that keeping ashes in an urn on the mantel seemed "creepy," and scattering them in public places "slightly...
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Staff WriterOn Saturday morning just after 11, the quiet, working-class Tucson neighborhood suddenly filled with sheriff's patrol cars and FBI agents. They quickly cordoned off the North Soledad Avenue home of Amy and Randy Loughner, who were out shopping. Moments...
L.A. UnleashedAnimal advocates everywhere are talking about author Jonathan Safran Foer's latest book, "Eating Animals." Foer, known primarily as a novelist whose prior works include "Everything is Illuminated" and "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close," went the...
Eating Animals Jonathan Safran Foer Little, Brown: 340 pp., $25.99 Looking forward to your turkey dinner? Think twice. It's time, argues Jonathan Safran Foer, to stop lying to ourselves. With all the studies on animal agriculture, pollution, toxic...
Today's topic: Some have made the argument that President Obama's nomination of Francis Collins, a born-again Christian geneticist, to head the National Institutes of Health is a disservice to the science community because it promotes someone who is known...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBaxter Wood is one of Hubert Dreyfus' most devoted students. During lectures on existentialism, Wood hangs on every word, savoring the moments when the 78-year-old philosophy professor pauses to consider a student's comment or relay how a meaning-of-...
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She steered with one knee, reached into the back seat and stroked the tears from her little boy's cheek. Drivers honked and shouted behind their rolled-up windows. One gave her the single-finger salute. She hardly noticed. She had something more important...
By Jeremi Suri The United Nations is the most frustrating international institution. In its charter, its structure and its leadership, it embodies the idealistic ambition to make the world a better place for everyone. What other institution on this...
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