Jason Mast


How Detroit and Black Culture Created Motown

In a week dedicated to “America’s Spiritual Songbook,” one of the most potent messages is this: The history of American music is largely the history of black music. From religious camp meetings on the western

Tirosh-Samuelson Isn’t Down with Transhumanism

Hava Tirosh-Samuelson is fed up with this week’s afternoon lecturers. She’s not anti-science. To the contrary, she has studied science and its intersections with religion and other fields for decades. But, as she told the

Can Transcendence Be Found in Pokemon Go?

The Pokémon Rattata appeared at the Hall of Philosophy Wednesday afternoon and Robert Geraci called it revelation. The Rattata, of course, was part of Pokémon Go, the augmented reality app that makes Pokémon appear in
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