Fall 2017

This issue begins in outer space: space seen through the eye of a telescope, packed with innumerable worlds, earth-like and not; or space imagined through kaleidoscopic murals, surrounding the marble image of Christ. These are vastly different understandings of how stars, planets, and emptiness reflect and refract our own thoughts…

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Religion/Science/Law

The law evokes a sense of immovability and stasis. In the United States, as in many other countries, legal proceedings are infused with pomp, tradition, and precedence. We expect that legality has permanence: we use the term “natural law” to…

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Summer 2016

Cosmologics has two goals. First, it disassembles: so much of the writing on this site takes apart what appear to be immutable categories that exist outside of time and place. Words like science and religion begin to change; set within…

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