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The Philosophy of No Country for Old Men: Llewelyn Moss

The Water Bearer

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Existential First Principles

No Country for Old Men is a novel by Cormac McCarthy about promise keeping after the death of God. All of the main characters have some answer as to how to keep social contracts in the face of this. The death of God is the loss of faith in a metaphysical being, a being that can…




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Brandon Long

Brandon Long

Writes about science, politics, philosophy, and the spaces that separates us as as species — and occasionally in story form.

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