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On the Need for Socrates LIFE'S PRIVATE BOOK - July 4, 2016 ... philosophy. The philosopher, allegedly, is the man who thinks he has answers to some or all of these questions. And if he has those answers, then those who disagree with him are wrong . And that is the substance of the charge of arrogance. How can he be so sure he's right and everyone else is wrong? What makes him so special? Shouldn't he be a little more humble? The arrogance of the philosopher. And while he is out pretending to know what others don't, he could be doing something useful to ...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/LifesPrivateBook/~3/IEyToZ63tRs/on-need-for-socrates.html

Freedom, With Consequences GETTING TO THE POINT - June 3, 2016 ... intrinsically evil things in their work lives (the Mafia, for example, or the owner of a strip club). People who not only struggle with a homosexual orientation but who are publicly living as gay men or women in a same-sex relationship. People who have taken a public stand opposing the Church in its moral or dogmatic teachings—politicians, say, advocating laws that directly oppose the moral teachings of the Church. And yes, (since this is the controversy of the day) people who have not ...http://frdenis.blogspot.com/2016/06/freedom-with-consequences.html

The Pope Contains Multitudes VIDEO MELIORA, PROBOQUE; DETERIORA SEQUOR - April 10, 2016 ... strange, except inasmuch as it could reflect reality. If the reality of the situation is that people are complex and sin is complex (with mitigating factors), then clarity is a kind of unreality. Perhaps it's jesuitical, but where the rubber meets the road is at the point of subjective sin. It seems unlikely that someone will be punished for objectively sinful behavior that they don't know is objectively sinful. The time-honored way of granting latitude is by going the individual ...http://poncer.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-pope-contains-multitudes.html