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Condorcet And I - A Fictional Conversation Between Condorcet And Me: On The Outlines Of An Historical View Of The Progress Of The Human Mind, Michael S. Christopher Jan 2015

Condorcet And I - A Fictional Conversation Between Condorcet And Me: On The Outlines Of An Historical View Of The Progress Of The Human Mind, Michael S. Christopher

Master of Liberal Studies Theses

The thesis’ main question is: Has the reality of Condorcet’s Outlines of an Historical View of the Progress of the Human Mind been realized with humanity becoming perfect, as Condorcet indicates? In answering that question, my thesis contention will present the fictional encounter between Condorcet and me in which we debate Condorcet’s essay. The two of us will embark upon our world views of humanism and theism in a dramatic debate, presenting our perspectives and try to get to a resolution.


In Solidarity: Collaborations In Lgbtq+ Activism, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D., Kathryn L. Norsworthy Jan 2015

In Solidarity: Collaborations In Lgbtq+ Activism, Lisa M. Tillmann Ph.D., Kathryn L. Norsworthy

Faculty Publications

What follows is a fictional account. Our “characters” bear our real names; the other eight are composites of students we have taught and from whom we have learned; activists with whom we have worked; and staff, faculty, and administrators we have trained in venues such as Safe Zone. We portray our ally (Lisa)-lesbian (Kathryn) relationship this way for two reasons: one, we had not secured permission from real students, colleagues, or community members to represent their lives and experiences, and two, we seek a way to show our partnership, both personal and professional since 2000, in action. To each ...


The Chess Players, Gerry A. Wolfson-Grande May 2013

The Chess Players, Gerry A. Wolfson-Grande

Master of Liberal Studies Theses

Originally conducted primarily as a game of war and strategy, chess has evolved to reflect historical developments in Western civilization as well as inspired literary and artistic endeavors in such a fashion as to provide comment, often as metaphor, on the human condition and our place in a cosmos influenced as frequently by chance as by order. The evolution of the game itself, particularly the promotion of a weak and relatively unimportant piece to the most powerful, at a time when a similar shift was taking place in the real world, ensured its survival as it served as an educational ...


Purgatory's Cubicle, Jade Sylvan Feb 2013

Purgatory's Cubicle, Jade Sylvan

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More, Eliza Tudor Feb 2013

More, Eliza Tudor

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Swans In Retrograde, Marvin I. Guymon Feb 2013

Swans In Retrograde, Marvin I. Guymon

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The People’S Museum Of Musical Heritage, James Brubaker Feb 2013

The People’S Museum Of Musical Heritage, James Brubaker

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Wonder Bread, Smith And Wesson, Jody J. Sperling Feb 2013

Wonder Bread, Smith And Wesson, Jody J. Sperling

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Once Upon A Time At The Kiev, David Hicks Feb 2012

Once Upon A Time At The Kiev, David Hicks

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Tyrannosaurus, Willie Davis Feb 2012

Tyrannosaurus, Willie Davis

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Flourish, T.A. Noonan Feb 2012

Flourish, T.A. Noonan

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Downlands, Kathryn Kruse Feb 2012

Downlands, Kathryn Kruse

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Like Owls, Tania Hershman Feb 2012

Like Owls, Tania Hershman

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On Time, Noel Sloboda Feb 2012

On Time, Noel Sloboda

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Community Arts, Noel Sloboda Feb 2012

Community Arts, Noel Sloboda

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Mystery Play, Noel Sloboda Feb 2012

Mystery Play, Noel Sloboda

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My Man, Helen Silverstein Feb 2012

My Man, Helen Silverstein

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For Fun, For Keeps, Katie Burpo Feb 2012

For Fun, For Keeps, Katie Burpo

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Pump Rockets, Tom Bligh Feb 2012

Pump Rockets, Tom Bligh

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M.I.A., Dan Mancilla Feb 2012

M.I.A., Dan Mancilla

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Leo’S Limbo Lament, Peter Caputo Feb 2012

Leo’S Limbo Lament, Peter Caputo

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Remembering John Milton, James R. Kincaid Feb 2012

Remembering John Milton, James R. Kincaid

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Lunchboxing, Yance Wyatt Feb 2012

Lunchboxing, Yance Wyatt

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The Dom Dziecka, Karen Karolewska Hugg Feb 2012

The Dom Dziecka, Karen Karolewska Hugg

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Choosing A Toy, Kirsty Logan Feb 2012

Choosing A Toy, Kirsty Logan

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The Hausa Trader, Elaine Neil Orr Feb 2012

The Hausa Trader, Elaine Neil Orr

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Little Sister, Nabil Arnaoot Feb 2012

Little Sister, Nabil Arnaoot

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Above, Anne Simpson Feb 2012

Above, Anne Simpson

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The Abbreviated Life Of Whitney Bascombe, Pedro Ponce Feb 2012

The Abbreviated Life Of Whitney Bascombe, Pedro Ponce

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Now Will The Real Monsieur Please Stand Up?, Brian Willems Feb 2012

Now Will The Real Monsieur Please Stand Up?, Brian Willems

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