Tag Archives: Existential crisis

Deaths in the White Middle Class

New studies report that middle class whites are dying younger, even though longevity for all other American demographic groups is rising. Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” may help us understand why.

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Death, Faustus, and a Search for Meaning

The Faustus story can aid one in an existential search for meaning.

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