A Plea For Beauty by Roger Scruton From the introduction: “Our culture is a culture of cities, and without cities we could not conceivably have enjoyed the enormous scientific, economic, and political advances of the Enlightenment. Cities are also the heart … Continue reading
Philosopher J.P. Moreland answers.
July 19, 2013
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It may be taken that in politics truth is what you want it to be. Time and time again we have seen common public view inform policy. What seemed to be the popular view is how congress and our courts … Continue reading
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Noted philosopher Richard Swinburne answers the question: is the brain and mind the same thing?