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  • CONTRADICTION AS THE WAY TO VISION IN ANSELM’S PROSLOGION 

    Griffin, Andrew
    In the Proslogion’s quest for God, reaching vision of God is not a matter of bridging subject and object, but of coming to see what is already present at the journey’s beginning. The quest, as a single continuous explication ...
  • Ideal Rule in Shakespeare's Romances: Politics in "The Winter's Tale" and "The Tempest" 

    Gallant, Mikala (2013-08-21)
    The Winter’s Tale (1611) and The Tempest (1611) are two of Shakespeare’s romances, written under the patronage of James I of England. While Shakespeare’s history plays have received extensive critical attention regarding ...
  • Oppression and the Struggle for Hope 

    Stockdale, Katie
    This dissertation aims to understand how hope is formed and lost in human lives; particularly, by revealing the ways in which patterns of privilege and oppression can affect the hopes we come to form, and those that are ...