Vol. 17 Nbr. 1-2, March 2004
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- Irving Babbitt's influence in China: four perspectives.
- The birth of a Chinese cultural movement: letters between Babbitt and Wu Mi.
- Chinese reactions to Babbitt: admiration, encumbrance, vilification.
- Babbitt's impact in China: the case of Liang Shiqiu.
- Kafka's afflicted vision: a literary-theological critique.
- Bedeviled by boredom: a Voegelinian reading of Dostoevsky's Possessed.
- The Matrix, liberal education, and other splinters in the mind.
- On the skeptical 'foundation' of ethics.
- Cain, Abel, obligation, and right.
- History, the past, and the inner life.