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8 Books On Dining, Drive-Ins And Road Trips

Originally published on Kirkus. For more from Kirkus, click here. Opening Wednesday at a Theater Or Drive-In Near You: The Shadow Cinema of the American '70s by Charles Taylor “An illuminating collection of film criticism that is like...Show More Summary

‘Selfie Killer’ Amanda Taylor Shows No Remorse For Stabbing Father-In-Law In Jailhouse Interview

Amanda Taylor became known as the “selfie murderer” or “selfie killer” after she stabbed her father-in-law, Charles Taylor, to death and then posed for a selfie with the bloody knife she used to kill him inside his Ellett, Virginia home. Show More Summary

Sohu CEO Charles Zhang denies rumors that he's Taylor Swift's new boyfriend

last monthChina / Shanghai : Shanghaiist

"It's a rumor! No taste for foreign women!" the 52-year-old tech tycoon said. [ more › ]

Deadly Women: Amanda Taylor killed her former father-in-law, Charles Earnest Taylor, stabbing him 31 times; Sentenced to life in prison

Charles and Rex Taylor Charles Earnest Taylor obituary 2 charged in Montgomery County murder Widow stabbed her ex-father-in-law to death and then posted a selfie with his body on social media Police believe suspect Amanda Taylor caused Sean Ball’s severe injuries Judge certifies murder charges against Amanda Taylor, Sean Ball Attorneys debate who took ‘crime […]

Taylor Hackford Remembers Making a Movie With Chuck Berry: ‘The Greatest Nightmare of Any Filmmaking Experience I’ve Ever Had’

Director Taylor Hackford is a Hollywood fixture, having made his name with a string of first-rate entertainments — Officer and a Gentleman first among them — and then burnishing his reputation with Ray, the Ray Charles biopic, for which he got a Best Director Oscar nomination. Hackford has always been ... More »

The Warlord and the Ambassador: A review of Dante Paradiso's "The Embassy"

In the summer of 2003, the West African nation of Liberia was facing a humanitarian calamity. After 23 years of war, the regime of warlord-turned-president Charles Taylor was crumbling. Rebels in the south controlled the second-largest city and were creeping toward the capital’s airport. Show More Summary

Anti-Muslim Laws Risk Inciting Acts Like Quebec Mosque Attack, Says Canadian Philosopher

Charles Taylor is widely regarded as one of the world’s leading philosophers. His many books include Sources of the Self, an exploration of how different ideas of selfhood helped define Western civilization, and A Secular Age, a study of the coexistence of religious and nonreligious people in an era dominated by secular ideas. Show More Summary

Charles Dickens on Seeing the Poor

Tim Taylor: Charles Dickens on Seeing the Poor: Charles Dickens wrote what has become one of the iconic stories of Christmas day and Christmas spirit in A Christmas Carol. But of course, the experiences of Ebenezer Scrooge are a story,...

IPFW handles Siena Heights 107-59 behind Scott's 16

Bryson Scott scored 16 points, Charles Ruise Jr. had 15 shooting 5 for 7, and Xzavier Taylor added 14 points as IPFW dismantled NAIA-member Siena Heights 107-59 on Monday night        

How to Restore Your Faith in Democracy

Two weeks ago—when the election of Donald Trump was still, to many people, an almost comedic idea—Charles Taylor, the Canadian philosopher, visited the Social Science Research Council, in Brooklyn, to talk about the fate of democracy with some graduate students. Show More Summary

How My Millennial Students Found Their 'Hitchhiker's Guide' to a Secular Age

This essay is part of a series, produced by the Berggruen Institute and Zócalo Public Square, on philosopher Charles Taylor, recipient of the 2016 Berggruen Prize. When I announced in 2011 that my senior undergraduate seminar would be devoted to wading through Charles Taylor’s mammoth 900-page tome, “A Secular Age,” I wasn’t sure what to expect. Show More Summary

Saturday assorted links

1. Summary of Charles Taylor. 2. Did China just win? 3. Slowdown in Singapore. 4. Is the House really on the line? 5. Wallonia blocks EU-Canada trade deal. 6. Sky Ladder is a splendid documentary, Netflix.  It’s the story of Cai Guo-qiang,...Show More Summary

This Philosopher Has Reimagined Identity and Morality for a Secular Age

One of the world’s most respected philosophers has just won the $1 million Berggruen Prize. Is this news you can use? Yes, as a matter of fact, it is. The prize has been given to Charles Taylor, an exceptional thinker whose work can be of value both personally and in public life. Show More Summary

Glam 17-year-old makeup artist becomes the first male CoverGirl

Joining the fabulous ranks of Taylor Swift, Ellen DeGeneres, Zendaya, Katy Perry and more, 17-year-old makeup artist and influencer James Charles has been named the latest CoverGirl. Charles, who made headlines last month for his seriously...Show More Summary

Berggruen Prize Winner, Charles Taylor, Is a Transformational Teacher

The university teacher, we are told, may soon be obsolete. There’s no point lecturing to a large group of students if the same material can be communicated via video. That may be true. But Charles Taylor ? the winner of this year’s Berggruen...Show More Summary

Weekend Roundup: Charles Taylor Is An Anti-Xenophobe Philosopher For Our Times

Every once in a while, a philosopher emerges from quiet labors in the vineyards of the text to speak with striking relevance to our turbulent times. Charles Taylor, who this week was awarded the first Berggruen Prize for influentialShow More Summary

Canadian Charles Margrave Taylor wins inaugural Berggruen Prize for Philosophy

Canadian philosopher Charles Margrave Taylor has been named winner of the first Berggruen Prize for Philosophy, the Los Angeles-based Berggruen Institute announced. The award will be given annually to a thinker “whose ideas are of broad significance for shaping human self-understanding and the...

First-Ever ‘Nobel Of Philosophy’, $1M Berggruen Prize, To Charles Taylor

8 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“The Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor has been named the winner of the first Berggruen Prize, which is to be awarded annually for ‘a thinker whose ideas are of broad significance for shaping human self-understanding and the advancement of humanity.'”

Canadian Philosopher Wins $1 Million Prize

The philosopher, Charles Taylor, has won the first Berggruen Prize, which is to be given annually to a “thinker whose ideas are of broad significance for shaping human self-understanding.”

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