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Pragmatism, expediency, and medical politics — A conversation with Dr. James I. Ausman, SNI Founder

Introduction In July 2018, Dr. Jim Ausman, Founder and Editor Emeritus of Surgical Neurology International (SNI) had an interesting conversation with a world renown medical politician, who we will call Dr. Propriety to protect his identity. The doctor had submitted a medical article for publication in SNI, which had been accepted for publication but required …

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A secular (atheist) philosopher and a layman Christian debate ethics and morality — Part 3 by Wade W. Stooksberry II and Franklin J. Hogue

This is Part 3 and the final part of the debate between Mr. Franklin J. Hogue, a local attorney and self-avowed atheist, and W. Wade Stooksberry II, a self-avowed “lowly lay Christian.”  Wade is one half (with his wife Trena) of the musical duo The DOVES. For their part, Mr. Hogue and his wife, Laura, have …

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A secular (atheist) philosopher and a layman Christian debate ethics and morality — Part 2 by Wade W. Stooksberry II and Franklin J. Hogue

This is Part 2 of the debate between Mr. Franklin J. Hogue, a Macon, Georgia attorney and self-avowed atheist, and W. Wade Stooksberry II, a self-avowed “lowly lay Christian.”  Wade is one half (with his wife Trena) of the musical duo The DOVES. For their part, Mr. Hogue and his wife, Laura, have been law partners, …

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A secular (atheist) philosopher and a layman Christian debate ethics and morality — Part 1 by Wade W. Stooksberry II and Franklin J. Hogue

The following is a dialogue that took place in the comments section in response to a column by Dr. Bill Cummings, a former Catholic priest who writes on religious matters in The Telegraph (Macon, Georgia) from the standpoint of a disavowal of Christian doctrine as stated in the Apostles’ and Nicene Creeds. It also includes private correspondence …

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Aristotle, polymath and philosopher for all seasons by Miguel A. Faria, MD

This is a review of the book Aristotle by John Herman Randall, Jr., Easton Press leather bound edition (1990). The author John Herman Randall (1899-1980) was an educator, Professor of Philosophy at Columbia University, and a humanist, signer of the Humanist Manifesto (1933). A favorable Foreword for the book was written by the Reverend Joseph …

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Book Review of Darkness at Noon by Arthur Koestler. Reviewed by Miguel A. Faria, MD

I went to Communism as one goes to a spring of fresh water, and I left Communism as one clambers out of a poisoned river strewn with the wreckage of flooded cities and the corpses of the drowned.— Arthur Koestler Darkness at Noon (1940) by Arthur Koestler is worth reading and not forgetting. It is …

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