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The fatal superstition

Out of this apparently innocent idea comes the disease that will certainly end our species (and, in my view, damn our souls) if it is not crushed; the fatal superstition that men can create values, that a community can choose its ‘ideology’ as men choose their clothes. 11 more words


Do college students care about truth? What do they think truth is?

If I want to understand what college students think about truth, I ask my friend Eric Chabot. He is the Ratio Christi ninja at Ohio State University. 1,075 more words


Objectivism Cannot Match The Liberty & Justice Of Subjectivism.

There is a dichotomy in the liberty movement between the the subjectivists and the objectivists. The objectivists speak in terms of rationality and therefore make judgments about about the subjective choices made by people. 77 more words

Divine Economy Theory

The Measles Outbreak and American Anti-intellectualism

Ayn Rand wrote, “You can avoid reality, but you can’t avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.”

As of February 20, 2015, 154 cases of measles… 898 more words


The end of Church as we know it?

Is the Church stumbling into an era of religious postmodernism? There is a lot of talk about the bottom falling out on the Church as youth and young adults attend church services less and less. 806 more words


Chapter Two: Reason And Action, Part 1

This is the second installment in my ongoing series of posts on The Point of View of the Universe by Peter Singer and Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek. 1,212 more words


The Utter Meaninglessness of Life: A Response to Neil Levy

Theistic philosophers often argue that the naturalistic worldview renders life completely meaningless (Craig, 1994, p57-75).  On their understanding, objective meaning can only be derived from a transcendent–i.e., supernatural–source.   1,909 more words