August 24, 2017 / Theology
Glen A. Mazis argues that the fates of mountaintops and humans are morally and spiritually linked.
Glen A. Mazis is professor of philosophy and humanities at Penn State Harrisburg, where he has been coordinator of its interdisciplinary master’s program and honors program. He is the author of several books, including most recently Merleau-Ponty and the Face of the World: Silence, Ethics, Imagination, and Poetic Ontology and The River Bends in Time, a collection of poetry from Anaphora Literary Press. He has also published nearly seventy-five poems, more than two dozen essays on aspects of Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy, and numerous essays on emotion, imagination, art, film, dreams, embodiment, animality, archetypal psychology, gender, ethics, ecology, and technology.