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We make men without chests and expect of them virtue and enterprise. We laugh at honour and are shocked to find traitors in our midst. We castrate and bid the geldings be fruitful.

– C.S. Lewis
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Thomas Storck's reading of the source of modern religious persecution misses the mark. The first in a three part series.
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The sociologist, Zygmunt Bauman, believes that Pope Francis's "fearless" style and focus on making sense of the "fragmentation" of individual existence make his pontificate a sign of hope for the Church and the world.
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What do you do when your favorite fiction stories clash with and even denounce your faith?
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Archbishop Müller’s article in L’Osservatore Romano was nothing else than a well articulated response to unfortunate manifestations of misplaced compassion which in the end help no one.
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Interesting take on the deficit of authentic leadership we face even amongst our rulers
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ENDA represents a vast departure from truths that were, not so long ago, self-evident.
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Responding to the interesting +The New York Times piece by +Amia Srinivasan today at +Ethika Politika.
Amia Srinivasan's critique of free market moralizing hints at a better approach to the question of justice. When you're comparing two equally liberalized options, the right solution is probably something else.
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Jordan Ballor's collection of essays on Christian social thought and action is a culturally-engaged, deeply reflective contribution to a timely topic.
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    Ph.D., Philosophy, present
  • Franciscan University Of Steubenville
    M.A., Philosophy, 2008 - 2009
  • Pontifical College Josephinum
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The Blessings of Religious Liberty
ethikapolitika.org

Thomas Storck's reading of the source of modern religious persecution misses the mark. The first in a three part series.

Corporeal Subjectivism, the New Public Policy?
ethikapolitika.org

ENDA represents a vast departure from truths that were, not so long ago, self-evident.

Francis Gives the Church and Humanity a Chance
ethikapolitika.org

The sociologist, Zygmunt Bauman, believes that Pope Francis's "fearless" style and focus on making sense of the "fragmentation" of individua

An Ancient Kantian Defense of the Resurrection
ethikapolitika.org

While Immanuel Kant is often uncharitably dismissed by some conservative Christians, St. Athenagoras's defense of the resurrection gives rea

Outside Reflections on Distributism
ethikapolitika.org

Where Distributism is less than impressive, I submit, is with respect to its opposition. In a word, as an alternative to free market capital

How Moral Can A Market Be?
ethikapolitika.org

Amia Srinivasan's critique of free market moralizing hints at a better approach to the question of justice. When you're comparing two equall

Of Faith and Fandoms
ethikapolitika.org

What do you do when your favorite fiction stories clash with and even denounce your faith?

Book Review: Get Your Hands Dirty
ethikapolitika.org

Jordan Ballor's collection of essays on Christian social thought and action is a culturally-engaged, deeply reflective contribution to a tim

Holy Communion for the Divorced and Remarried?
ethikapolitika.org

Archbishop Müller’s article in L’Osservatore Romano was nothing else than a well articulated response to unfortunate manifestations of mispl

Bauman: “With Francis the Church and humanity have a chance” - Vatican I...
vaticaninsider.lastampa.it

Zygmunt Bauman the Polish-born philosopher who wrote about “fluid modernity” said this in an interview with Vatican newspaper “L'Osservatore

Free Read: The Solzhenitsyn Reader
ethikapolitika.org

Among the greatest minds of our age, Solzhenitsyn is a key figure in bringing moral reflection to bear on modern social and political crises

What Marx Thought: A Reply to Daniel Arevalo
ethikapolitika.org

We need not only an adequate philosophical account of human nature, but also a sociological account of the nature of capitalist society. Ari

Can Death Panels Ever Be Good?
ethikapolitika.org

For those who believe primarily that moral obligations exist toward people by virtue of their humanity, Goldenberg's article is hardly convi

The Mean Grace of Flannery O’Connor
ethikapolitika.org

Flannery O'Connor captured in her writing a truth that is far too difficult for most of us to accept readily: the wound that the grace of Go

“Can I See Your Hurt?”
ethikapolitika.org

Is the proper female response to being termed "the weaker sex" a cause for rejoicing, rather than rejection?

Sterility, Science Are Destroying Sex
ethikapolitika.org

For those who fear the perversion of traditional ideas on the meaning of sexual intimacy, criticism might best be directed not toward the lu

Whose Gayness? Which Homosexuality?
ethikapolitika.org

Aaron Taylor explores the meaning of "gay" from a historical perspective, in conversation with Michel Foucault and Marc-Andre Raffalovich.

Christian Communism: An Impossible Contradiction
ethikapolitika.org

The central reason that every practical attempt at Marxism has failed is that Marx himself failed to understand that human nature is not mal

The Republic and Modern Ethics: Disorder in the Soul
ethikapolitika.org

We tend to think that various forms of moral consequentialism are the particular plagues of this age, but that isn't true. Plato spends most

Understanding Gay: What’s Fiction?
ethikapolitika.org

The rift between "pro-gay" and "pro-nature" is vast and insurmountable, as least so far as conventional experience is concerned; and any bri