“Community as a Window of Hope” The Story of an Emerging L’Arche Community

This project tells the stories of families involved in an emerging L'Arche community in San Diego through a short documentary and narrative storytelling that also explores disability theology and the meaning of 'community.' L'Arche is a worldwide federation of communities where people with and without intellectual disabilities live and work together.


Kripkenstein: The Patriarchy Is a Language Game

This paper will dedicate itself to understanding the way that language functions in relation to the human condition. Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations and Saul Kripke’s Wittgenstein on Rules and Private Language will serve as the structure for this paper so that I may develop a sustained conversation about Wittgenstein’s language games, the nature of rule following within those games, and

Probability and Truth In Aristotle’s Doctrine of the Enthymeme

ABSTRACT In Aristotle’s The “Art” of Rheoric, the basis of rhetoric is the enthymeme and the heart of the enthymeme is a Greek word, endoxa []. This essay suggests a new consideration of the word as meaning “that which is most probably true” instead of “probability.” The difference in meaning has significant implications in our discipline’s understanding of the enthymeme and its role in persuasion.

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