Category Archives: Philosophy

The Destruction of Marriage Project

The Destruction of Marriage Project   The lunatics have truly taken over the asylum when the marriage pact, the most ancient institution in human history – pre-dating government itself – and the bedrock foundation of all civilization is now being … Continue reading

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On Liberty

If you love wealth more than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, depart from us in peace. We ask not your counsel nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you. … Continue reading

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The Ignoble Savage: An analysis of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness (December 2007)

There are two intertwined and over-arching themes in Joseph Conrad’s novella Heart of Darkness and in Apocalypse Now, the screenplay by John Milius which is loosely based on it: a study of the nature of man and an examination of … Continue reading

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Darwin’s Lapdog Thinks You’re an ID-iot! (November 2007)

In his recent column on Humanevents.com Mac Johnson, a man whose writing I’ve always admired, claimed that the concept of Intelligent Design is a “really, really bad idea –scientifically, politically, and theologically.”  He attacked ID using the usual list of … Continue reading

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The Problem of Secular Scientism – The Limitations and Dangers of Human Reason without God (April 2007)

It has become an accepted tenet of conventional wisdom to begin all discussions about science and nature with the understanding that religion has no place in such debates and that, in fact, faith is diametrically opposed to reason and scientific … Continue reading

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Abortion and the Universality of Virtue (October 2006)

In the decades old debate over abortion there are two main issues to contemplate – one legal, the other moral.  With respect to the moral considerations there are two distinct schools of thought: those who believe in universal moral principles … Continue reading

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The Moral Code (October 2006)

The existence of a “universal moral code” is a question which has been hotly debated in recent weeks.  In a recent article on the subject Steven D. Laib argued that “morality is what people believe it is.”  The arguments he … Continue reading

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