This week we lost a genius, philosopher, and someone who's inspired me quite a bit. Today, we'll talk about Sir Roger Scruton's contributions to philosophy and why he's so important. Learn more about this amazing man and thinker:
Enjoying the series so far? This third part talks about the root of the idea of the Mean from philosophy. If you want to see how a proper mode of acting can be reasoned to, tune in.
This episode begins a new series on what it means when Jesus claims to be the Way, the Truth, and the Life. We'll dive into why that is and how we arrive at the point where He comes to fulfill the plan of salvation.
It seems as though we have trouble delineating between different means of understanding the world and how those should be used. I've seen philosophers make for bad scientists and scientists make for bad philosophers. The reason, I believe, is they require different ways of searching for Truth.
It almost seems as if Ayn Rand is every libertarian-leaning person's favorite philosopher. Today, I'd like to talk about some problems I find with this philosophy.
Modernity has given us amazing progress, and it is an undeniable good in many ways. There is a cost to some of its assertions, which I address in this episode: The Faults Of Modernism
With a week filled with obvious signs of escalation from rhetoric to real threats of violence and even ideologically driven violence, it seemed necessary to address this boiling over of the public discourse.