Loyalty Then and Loyalty Now: Cordelia, Kent, and Snowden

  Loyalty is a principle on which many relationships and institutions have been built since the beginning of time. In Shakespeare’s day, if a person was unlucky enough to have his or her loyalty questioned, it could result in their imprisonment, torture, and/or execution. Sometimes they were accused falsely and paid the price for the … Continue reading Loyalty Then and Loyalty Now: Cordelia, Kent, and Snowden

Christian Symbolism, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Godot

Waiting for Godot burst on the scene, or rather stage, in 1953. Written by Samuel Beckett on the heels of WWII, which finally ended with a literal bang when the atom bomb was unleashed on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, post-modernism and the theater of the absurd was ushered in with the two act play considered highly … Continue reading Christian Symbolism, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, and Godot