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George Grant

From the November 1994 Print Edition

In considering Canada’s contribution to twentieth-century intellectual life, one might think of the novels of Margaret Atwood and Robertson Davies, or the literary criticism of Northrop Frye, or even the flashy insights of Marshall McLuhan. For some, there might be the philosophy of Charles . . . . Continue Reading »