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Kip Corrington Kip Alan Corrington (born April 12, 1965) is a former American football player. After playing college football at Texas A&M University, he spent two seasons in the NFL with the Denver Broncos. Corrington was a three-time Academic All-American as well as a two-time all-SWC safety in college. He is currently a family practitioner in the Greensboro, North Carolina area.
John William Corrington During this time, the Corringtons also published "So Small a Carnival" (1986), "A Project Named Desire" (1987), "A Civil Death" (1987) and "The White Zone" (1990). After Bill Corrington's death, his novella, "Decoration Day", was adapted as a Hallmark Hall of Fame television special (1990), which was nominated for an Emmy and won a Christopher Award and a Golden Globe award. "The Collected Stories of John William Corrington" was published in 1990, by the University of Missouri Press.
Robert S. Corrington Robert S. Corrington’s work contributes to philosophical and theological inquiry through the development of a perspective called 'ecstatic naturalism’. Ecstatic naturalism, also referred to as ‘deep pantheism’ or ‘religious naturalism,’ has emerged through Corrington’s eleven books and over eighty articles on the subject. His influences are many and range across the disciplines of philosophy, theology, science, and psychology. Deep appreciation of the American philosophers Charles Sanders Peirce, William James, George Santayana, Justus Buchler and John Dewey grounds Corrington’s insights in a pragmatist mode even as his work creatively extends this tradition philosophically through a psychologically sophisticated semiotics with the aid of Carl Jung, Otto Rank, Heinz Kohut, and Julia Kristeva and theologically through liberal Protestant thinkers Friedrich Schleiermacher and Paul Tillich toward a Hindu-inspired Emersonian post-Christian nature spirituality. Ernst Bloch is another influence on Corrington.
Joyce Hooper Corrington She is also known for creating the short-lived soap opera "Texas" along with her husband John and fellow soap opera colleague Paul Rauch. She also wrote for other soap operas including "General Hospital" and "One Life to Live". Her most recent position was as a producer and story editor for MTV's "The Real World."
Robert S. Corrington Robert S. Corrington is the author of 11 books and 80 articles in the fields of philosophy, theosophy, theology, psychoanalysis, and semiotics as well as editor of several books on metaphysics and semiotics. He has also authored two plays.
John William Corrington John William Corrington (October 28, 1932 – November 24, 1988) was an American film and television writer, novelist, poet and lawyer. He received a B.A. degree from Centenary College, in 1956 and his M.A. from Rice University in 1960, the year he took on his first teaching position in the English Department at Louisiana State University. While on leave from LSU, Corrington obtained his D.Phil. in 1965, from the University of Sussex and then moved to Loyola University New Orleans in 1966, as an Associate Professor of English, where he also served as chair of the English Department. Corrington graduated from Tulane University Law School in 1975, joined a small New Orleans personal injury law firm, Plotkin and Bradley, and spent the next three years practicing law.
John William Corrington During this time Corrington published four books of poetry, "Where We Are" (1962), "The Anatomy of Love" (1964), "Mr. Clean" (1964) and "Lines to the South" (1965). With Miller Williams, Corrington edited "Southern Writing in the Sixties: Fiction" (1966) and "Southern Writing in the Sixties: Poetry" (1967). Corrington also published four books of short stories, "The Lonesome Traveler" (1968), "The Actes and Monuments" (1978), "The Southern Reporter" (1981) and "All My Trials" (1987) and four novels, "And Wait for the Night" (1964), "The Upper Hand" (1967), "The Bombardier" (1970) and "Shad Sentell" (1984). He won an Award in Fiction from the National Endowment for the Arts and had a story included in the "O. Henry Award Stories" (1976) and three in the "Best American Short Stories" series, (1973, 1976 and 1977).
Joyce Hooper Corrington With her husband, John William Corrington, she wrote five screenplays, "Von Richthofen and Brown" (1969), "The Omega Man" (1971), "Boxcar Bertha" (1971), "The Arena" (1972) and "Battle for the Planet of the Apes" (1973) and a television film, "The Killer Bees" (1974).
Robert S. Corrington Corrington is member of Unitarian Universalist Association and The Theosophical Society of America and a lecturer for both organizations, and he is also an affiliate of The Parapsychological Association.
Robert S. Corrington Robert S. Corrington has also contributed to numerous academic journals, e.g., "International Philosophical Quarterly", the "American Journal of Semiotics, American Journal of Theology and Philosophy, Transactions of the C.S. Peirce Society, The Journal of Speculative Philosophy: New Series, The Southern Journal of Philosophy, Journal for the Study of Religion, Nature, and Culture, and Semiotica."