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Readers don't need to know anything about Austrian-British philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein to enjoy M.L. Williams' new book of poetry, "Game," but a little working knowledge helps.

Traveling across the back roads of South Carolina on a recent trip, the missive on the church sign caught my attention. It read: The devil doe…

Philosophy, observed, seems at best an attempt to explain what is, a means to sift out the here and now in a game guided by a set of rules man…

In September 1897, Francis Pharcellus Church, a former Civil War correspondent and editor at the New York Sun, received a letter from the then…

Sometimes the thought crosses my mind civilization hinges on whether or not I rise in the morning and make my bed. Remnants of a bootstrap rea…