R. A. Herrera

R. A. Herrera is professor emeritus of philosophy at Seton Hall University. His past professional posts include teaching at the New School for Social Research and Rutgers University. He earned his Ph.D. from the New School Graduate Faculty under Hans Jonas.
Additional information about R. A. Herrera is available through the web pages of ISI Books.


Volume 53

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Guests on Volume 53: Lawrence Adams, on the possibilities of religious pluralism in Islamic views of state and society; Dana Gioia, on the craft, popularity, and significance of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow; Elmer M. Colyer, on theologian Thomas F. Torrance's understanding of the Incarnation; R. A. Herrera, on how the Christian view of Creation and Incarnation shapes an understanding of history; Margaret Visser, on learning to recognize the deep meaning in the design of Christian churches; and Joseph Pearce, on Tolkien's other writings and on his view of myth and story.