Monthly Archive: February 2016

Weekend Reading

Anthony Esolen, The Narcissism of Campus Diversity Activists, Crisis Daniel J. Mahoney, The Healthy Boundaries of Democracy, Intercollegiate Review Christopher J. Malloy, New Natural Law Ill Equipped for Practical Task of Legislation, Thomistica Matthew Schmitz, Between the Hipsters and the Hasids, First Things Michael… (READ MORE)

Contra Sola Scientia

James Chastek, commenting on a debate between James Ladyman and Raymond Tallis on ‘Human Nature is Better Understood through Science than Philosophical and Artistic Reflection’ makes four important points when critiquing the scientism of Ladyman: firstly, that “Science, philosophy, and… (READ MORE)

Weekend Reading

Michael Quinlan, How “Progress” Led to the Dehumanization of Man, Crisis Rachel Lu, The Collapse in Gender Sanity, Public Discourse David Quinn, Don’t Demonise, MercatorNet Rod Dreher, Arguing for Marriage, The American Conservative James Kalb, Why the Natural Law is… (READ MORE)

Weekend Reading

Roger Scruton on how bad philosophy destroyed good music in The Imaginative Conservative. Wesley J. Smith discuss the attempt to Mainstream “Animal Personhood” through a combination of academic promotion and judicial manipulation in First Things James V. Schall, S.J. on the Catholic mind and the books and… (READ MORE)