I'll discuss the golden mean in reference to objective and subjective reality. We'll look at where the excesses and defects in our understandings of these two ideas are.
In today's episode, I want to talk more about the marriage of object and subject in the human person, and what that means.
Join me as I discuss subjective reality and how we encounter the world through personal experience, showing how it's not relativism.
Here's what I think we can learn from the Death of Socrates as it's described by Plato in the Euthyphro, Apology, Phaedo, and Crito.
A major problem I see in our society is that we've divorced objective reality and subjective experience. Here, I try to piece them together.
If you want to read Thomas Aquinas's Summa Theologiae, but don't know where to start. Peter Kreeft's A Shorter Summa is where to start.
In this episode, I explore how we live a life of love and service in our world of distractions, without compromising our faith.
America should ban abortion. In this episode, I make the case for why abortion should be banned, and how to do it legally.
What is political philosophy, and why is political philosophy so important? I answer those questions with Lysander Spooner's Natural Law.
Today, we don't know how to tolerate injustice. By learning from the Martyrdom of Polycarp of Smyrna, I think we can discover how.
One of the biggest struggles for young men today is finding purpose. Josh Hatcher, author of Reignite shows men how to find purpose in life.
Privacy is a major concern right now as big tech runs rampant. How do we protect our privacy and property in the Digital Age? Learn more.
The minimum wage is a point of contention in our political discourse. Here, I explain why the minimum wage shouldn't support a family.
Antitrust and big tech are some of the hot topics in our culture today. But how should we approach these? I talked to an expert to find out.
I once heard a teacher tell his students, "If you want to be able to break the rules, you have to know them first." Basically, the point is something similar to Chesterton's fence. Rather than breaking the rules when you don't understand them, you should only remove barriers with a good cause. In Meditations on First Philosophy, Rene Descartes flips the rules of philosophy on their head in this experiment.