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Podcast #242: The Forgotten Virtue of Reverence

We typically think of reverence as connected with religion, but my guest today on the podcast argues that reverence is a virtue that extends past religious ceremony and is vital for the flourishing of human society. His name is Paul Woodruff, and he’s a Professor of Humanities at the University of Texas and the author of Reverence: […] The post Podcast #242: The Forgotten Virtue of Reverence appeared first on The Art of Manliness.
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