It’s where we live in many quarters. We got to examine it.
Everybody seems to use the term. I’ve seen it in movie reviews. The scene was “deconstructed” nicely. But what does deconstruction mean?
Let’s face it. For much of the Twentieth Century and into the current one, we’ve been living in the Sneering Age among intellectuals. Or it could be called the Age of Contempt or the Age of Hyper-skepticism.
On January 22, 1973, forty-five years ago, the Supreme Court ruled on Roe. V. Wade. How did Blackmun interpret the Constitution’s silence?
This is Hume’s anti-teleological argument. Teleology means the study of the evidences of design in nature. He says no design. Is there a reply to him?
Does the universe exhibit design, like a watch? Does a design imply a designer?
Are moral values relative, or are there some that are objective–true for all places and times?
When should we believe? On how much evidence? Great review for students in Phil. 101 and other interested readers.
How much evidence do we need before we decide? Will we always dawdle and delay before stepping out in faith?