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“It ruined my life.”  That’s how Raciel Cuevas ’15 describes his first philosophy class. He was a math major at a local community college, taking a general education requirement philosophy class. About […]

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Would a good and all-powerful God allow evil to occur in the world? Is the existence of innocent suffering proof that a loving and omnipotent God does not exist? While these questions have been raised […]

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After earning his Master of Arts degree in English Literature from Loyola Marymount University, Chris Chien, M.A. ’15 was awarded the Dornsife Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Southern California, where he is currently working […]

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