By Brandon McGinley
As long as we are more committed to the polite lie than to confronting evil—more committed, that is, to the image of justice than its reality—then grotesqueness will not only survive and flourish.
By Laurie DeRose
Gender equity is far better than women’s covert contraceptive use and far better than men deciding how many children their wives can have.
From Ethika Politika, our friends, and around the web.
July 27, 2015
We cannot understand your uncritical support of Planned Parenthood, especially in the light of the horrific videos showing that business’s disregard for civilized behavior and cavalier commodification of the human body.
Mattias A. Caro
July 26, 2015
It is precisely the most fundamental natural truths that we must now argue for if we are to recover a politics of the common good.
July 23, 2015
The liberal division between public and private spheres encourages the conclusion that politics is primarily electoral and obscures the primacy of local political activity.
Caleb Bernacchio and Philip de Mahy
July 22, 2015
Liberalism is the problem the same way “culture” is the problem, or “society,” or “religion,” or “secularism,” or any other general noun that mutually admits of several concrete forms with varying degrees of moral worth.
July 21, 2015
As our theories reveal patterns and regularities, and as the language of mathematics pushes the theories to ever-greater precision and predictability, we gain glimpses into the beauty of God’s creation.
July 20, 2015