Monthly Archives: September 2013

Moral Dilemma: Consequences vs. Agenda

Suppose there’s a reputable organization that is non-profit, and any precedes it receives goes straight to the needy.  Basically, it is pure charity.  The needy are very thankful for this organization and many people regard this organization as a wonderful … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (Sept. 17, 2013)

Gender Germany allows third gender on birth certificates. Women still spend more time taking care of children than men do. Natalism An article about how those who voluntarily choose to be childless are stigmatized as selfish and materialistic. Another article … Continue reading

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Can one Know that Something is Beautiful, but not Experience it?

Suppose someone approached you and said, “X is beautiful, but it’s a shame that I can’t experience it.”  Would that make sense to you? When it comes to beauty, there are two types: sensual and intellectual.  I’ll start with the … Continue reading

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Book Review: On the Meaning of Sex by J. Budziszewski

Through these modern times, sexual attitudes have lessoned. The attitudes are littered with hedonism, individualistic goals, and simple activities that one does. The idea of taking sex seriously such as expressions of forming a union, procreation, saving oneself before marriage … Continue reading

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