By B. D. McClay
Peter Leithart is reading Michael Polanyi’s Personal Knowledge, opening his posts on the book with why we don’t understand the Copernican revolution. He’s also reading James Mumford’s Ethics at the Beginning of Life, and Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age.
And On the Square today, L. M. Miles introduces us to Adrienne von Speyr (with a somewhat different take from that above), and Joshua Schulz writes on the New Mexico Supreme Court and wedding photographers.
Source: First Thoughts