Seventy Moral (and Immoral) Polarities of the Everyday Volume II now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of Seventy Moral (and Immoral) Polarities of the Everyday Volume II by Frederic Will.
Polarities is a set of seventy mini-meditations on opposite states of the moral or emotional life – goodness and badness; ugly and beautiful; quiet and raucous. Each item, in each polarity, is allowed to gather up a picture, a tale, or a logical adventure, and then to leave behind it multi-part reflections which play out in the reader’s mind. The operational energy here is partly prayer or mantra and partly half-completed logical conundrum. Is there a new form of private devotional at work here?
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About the Author
Frederic Will is Director of Research, Humanities Institute (humanitiesinstitute.org). He previously worked as Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of Massachusetts, and has written widely on a range of topics, including poetry, philosophy, travel literature, labor sociology, and cultural history.