Rod L. Evans
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Rod L. Evans is an American philosopher, author, and lecturer who writes and speaks on ethics, religion, political philosophy, and English usage.
- Alcohol and Drugs
- Fundamentalism: Hazards and Heartbreaks
- Drug Legalization: For and Against
- The Right Words
- The Quotable Conservative
- The Gilded Tongue
- The Artful Nuance: A Refined Guide to Imperfectly Understood Words in the English Language
- Thingamajigs and Whatchamacallits: Unfamiliar Terms for Familiar Things. New York: Perigee, an imprint of the Penguin Group. 2011. ISBN 978-0-399-53672-4.
- Stevens, Heidi (June 25, 2011). "Had any trouble with your meat hand lately?: Author shares the skinny on 'satyriasis,' 'hypergamy' and other puzzling terms", Chicago Tribune, p. 16.
- Busch, Jim (November 26, 2006). "'Gilded Tongue' will have you speaking archaically", Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, p. n/a.
- Ruehlmann, Bill (May 3, 2009). "A funny (or is that witty?) take on English", The Virginian-Pilot, p. E7.
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