Category Archives: Philosophy

Why I Hate Moral Relativism

As most of my veteran readers are probably aware (and all of my new readers should know,) I’m a product of the political Left. However, I am more than willing to stand by the political Right on the handful of … Continue reading

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A Fourth Rome: Is Russia the New Seat of Christendom?

In the history of Western civilization, (or Greco-Roman Christendom, as I prefer to call it,) perhaps no development is as important as the rise of the Roman Empire.  Its transition from a tiny city-state in central Italy to vast empire … Continue reading

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The Pragmatic Pontiff: The Realpolitik of Pope Francis

Since his election to the papacy a year ago,  Jorge Mario Bergoglio, better known by his papal name, Francis, has become both a popular and controversial figure among Catholics and non-Catholics alike.  His liberal rhetoric attitudes on many aspects of … Continue reading

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