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 When purpose runs out, the only thing left is either meaning or despair.

I thought about becoming an atheist, but I found out they don't have holidays. Henny Youngman

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The Marxian and existentialist notions, which play such a great role in twentieth century thought... pretend that man is his own producer and maker... even though it is clear that nobody has "made" himself or "produced" his existence; this, I think, is the last of the metaphysical fallacies, corresponding to the modern age's emphasis on willing as a substitue for thinking. Hannah Arendt


Finding God at Iowa Lecture given September 5, 2003.

TAKE BACK YOUR TIME DAY- OCT 24, 2003

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U. S. Mail:

Benjamin Kline Hunnicutt
412 Jefferson Building,
Literature, Science and the Arts/Leisure Studies
University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242

E-mail:

Benjamin-hunnicutt@uiowa.edu

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412 Jefferson Building

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(319) 335-1326, Fax: (319) 335-3884

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Reviews of KELLOGG'S SIX HOUR DAY

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Teaching

 

33:80 Introduction to Place Studies

 

169:072 Leisure and the Liberal Arts (Day Class Lecture 1:30 T TR)

 

169:072 Leisure and the Liberal Arts (Night Class, Mondays 6:30)

 

169:200 Historical & Philosophical Perspectives                   

 

169:173 Work and Leisure in American Culture

 

025:137 Literature, Music, and Aesthetics    Spring Semester, 2004

33:040The Good Society

33:50  Making Choices: Interdisciplinary Perspectives
  Time & Location: 2:30-3:45 TR, 71 SH

 

28:39 Freshman Seminar: Work, Leisure and Your Liberal Education (028:039)

028:277 Leisure in US Culture

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Readings

Jewish Sabbath

The Left and the Future of Work
 
 

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