Tag Archives: philosophy

Oberlin College and the Rise of Social Justice Vengeance

For those of us who have been the victims of a public shaming, as I was at the beginning of 2018, something rather wonderful happened last week. The jury delivered its verdict in a law suit that a bakery in

The Ignored Vitamin Cure

If you want to avert the development of a sight-robbing disease called macular degeneration you are going to have to step outside modern medicine.  Eye doctors only have treatment but no prevention for this dastardly eye disease that robs senior

Clown World and the Only Thing that Matters

“Vanity of vanities,” says the Preacher; “Vanity of vanities, all is vanity!” What advantage does a man have in all his labor In which he toils under the sun? (Ecclesiastes 1:2-3) The ‘preacher’ in the book of Ecclesiastes describes a

Of Crosses, Deference and Delegation

Today the Supreme Court issued four more opinions, with more expected tomorrow and next week. As with Monday’s opinions, today’s decisions featured some interesting line-ups and lots of clues about how existing doctrine may evolve in the coming years. The