Ayn Rand may have been a wonderful philosopher in some ways, but she was badly lacking in others. Perhaps it is just the fact that some things cannot be reasoned to with pure brain and no heart, or maybe her lonely life led her to philosophize in only the bleakest manners emotion would afford her.…Details
I have to take a moment to address the common atheist response to “Look at what has been done in the name of atheist dictators like Mao, Pol Pot, Hitler, Stalin, etc.” In refuting this, it is common for the atheist debater to assert that Hitler was a Catholic (Not true, as decisively proved by…Details
Stephen Hawking is a poor excuse for a philosopher. Yeah, I said it.
This man is mentally monolithic.
And then there is the more personable Fr. Barron:
Who is the smartest person ever to live, on terms of practical application of philosophy, theology, science, and math? We are talking a renaissance man that hit several areas and had incredible work to show from it. Leonardo Da Vinci?Rene Descartes?Abu Rayhan Biruni?Marilyn vos Savant?Issac Newton?Or maybe Tom Cruise? Ideas? Copyrighted under Creative Commons for…Details
From this week’s ToTheSource, comes Dinesh D’Souza: We have witnessed a moral revolution since the 1960s that has altered our public understanding of morality and spurred the “culture wars” that continue to divide America. This moral change cannot be understood simply in terms of “urban values” (Blue America) versus “community values (Red America). Nor is…Details
The Seven Blunders of the World is a list that Mahatma Gandhi gave to his grandson Arun Gandhi, written on a piece of paper, on their final day together, not too long before his assassination. The seven blunders are: Wealth without work Pleasure without conscience Knowledge without character Commerce without morality Science without humanity Worship…Details