Monthly Archives: December 2017

Profitable Notes

Profit tends toward zero in the sense that life tends toward death. It is manifestly false or only accidentally true, that is business tends to increase or maintain profits and decreasing profits is a sign of failure or death and … Continue reading

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Liberal Mutants

I’m probably way behind in the comic book universes so when I watched Civil War the other night I was surprised, not only because I had no idea what was going on but the change in attitude toward super heroes. … Continue reading

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Analogia Entis

I’ve been immersed in Catholicism long enough now that it is often hard to comprehend the fragmented worldview of other Christian groups. So when Hart says that the Christian life may not be a good social order my reaction is … Continue reading

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Executing the Hart

I am certainly glad that I am not in a profession that requires me to understand clearly and definitively the teaching on capital punishment. It seems clear to me from the Roman Catechism and JPII’s Catechism that the Church teaches … Continue reading

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Who really benefits from Liberal guillotines?

Who really benefits from Poland’s Sunday shopping ban? My comment with some additions: “Should a good government restrain evil, or should it actively force its citizens to become moral?” There does not seem to be a difference. By restraining evil, … Continue reading

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Lewis and Masters

Lewis makes a point that he believes in democracy because he believes in original sin. He takes this to imply that no men are fit to be masters. However, Lewis’s delusion is that democracy has no masters. This is manifestly … Continue reading

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Lewis and Wycliffe

Lewis’s defense of democracy has clear elements of Wycliffe’s theory of dominion. He does not deny that no kings or priests ruled with authority, only that having abused it they have lost it. Applying this logic consistently if only in … Continue reading

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