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Barbour, John D.

The Value of Solitude

The Ethics and Spirituality of Aloneness in Autobiography John D. Barbour

Most people feel ambivalent about solitude, both loving and fearing it depending on how they experience being alone at certain points in their lives. In The Value of Solitude, John Barbour explores some of the ways in which experiences of solitude, both positive and negative, have been interpreted... More

Versions of Deconversion

Autobiography and the Loss of Faith John D. Barbour

In Versions of Deconversion John Barbour examines the work of a broad selection of authors in order to discover the reasons for their loss of faith and to analyze the ways in which they have interpreted loss. For some the experience of deconversion led to atheism or agnosticism, and others used... More