It is without question the humanities as understood and appreciated by those of a generation or two ago have undergone a radical transformation due to the pervasive and deleterious effects of postmodernism and political correctness.
Monthly Archives: June 2016
…when confronted with the wild in our own world, we should seek not to destroy but to subdue and harness, so as to find what is good even in what seems threatening.
Clearly, there is nothing intrinsically wrong with philosophy written by males of European descent; but philosophy has always become richer as it becomes increasingly diverse and pluralistic.
‘In movies you always die quickly from a gunshot wound. But not in real life.’
“A weed is a plant out of place.”
“Living our lives through the Principle” – Stockholm early 2016
For the first time in recorded history, those declaring themselves to have no religion have exceeded the number of Christians in Britain. Some 44 per cent of us regard ourselves as Christian, 8 per cent follow another religion and 48 per cent follow none.
Selected for the Cornerstone by Robin James Graham (UTS’80)
Christopher Hitchens’s fans are incensed by a book that dares to say he took faith seriously.
Reviewed by Michael Yakawich (UTS’87)
What a good read.
Friendship is essential to our souls.