Thomas Jefferson famously included the pursuit of happiness in his list of the three principal rights the Creator has given man and that government has a duty to protect. 322 more words
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It’s difficult to find someone who doesn’t think they’re at least trying to be a moral person. Even someone who thinks of themselves as immoral does so because he or she sees themselves as failing to live up to their own moral code, not because they are purposefully choosing the route of immorality because of some warped value system. 2,263 more words
Professor Alvin Plantinga’s (Notre Dame) important book, Warranted Christian Belief, was a meditation on the relationship of Christian faith and reason. It was a work in epistemology of religion–an attempt to answer the question about the irrationality or the lack of justification for Christian belief. 139 more words
Let’s pretend that you didn’t know that Mark Twain was really a man by the name of Samuel Clemens. In such a case, you would be able to easily deduce the truth-value of statements such as, “Mark Twain is the author of… 1,460 more words
Rosemont, "Against Individualism: A Confucian Rethinking of the Foundations of Morality, Politics, Family, and Religion"
In March, Rowman & Littlefield released “Against Individualism: A Confucian Rethinking of the Foundations of Morality, Politics, Family, and Religion” by Henry Rosemont Jr. 232 more words