Friday, April 26, 2013

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Feser vs. Hart on Natural Law

The recent natural law debate launched by David Bentley Hart's First Things article continues. Thaddeus Kozinski entered the fray on Hart's side with an article in Ethika Politika. Both Edward Feser and Brandon Watson responded. Then Hart responded to Feser's response of Hart's original article. Finally, just today, Feser posted a cleverly titled response to Hart's response, very likely to result in another response by Hart.

Meanwhile, on a related note, Brandon has continued posting his introductory series on natural law theory. So far, there's parts IIIIIIa, and IIIb.

Saturday, April 20, 2013

Coming Attractions

I'm thinking of picking up my blogging, since I haven't been active in a while on account of being distracted by my pop culture-related video making. Perhaps I can kill two birds with one stone and blog about my reading of Alex Pruss's One Body and the What is Marriage? book by George/Anderson/Girgis. It'll also give me an excuse to reread the chapter on sexual morality in the Catechism.

A few other books I'd really like to get are Karol Wojtyla's Love and Responsibility and J. Budziszewski's On the Meaning of Sex.

Hopefully I can stick to a blogging schedule.

Sunday, April 14, 2013


I haven't posted in a while, as I'm still trying to sort through various concerns both personal and school-related, in addition to the typical pop culture distractions afflicting a millennial like me. However, more important than my current blogging malaise is the disgusting news about abortionist Kermit Gosnell and the mainstream media blackout on the murder case. I don't even feel like sharing the gruesome details. However, word definitely needs to get out, even if it doesn't fit the MSM's typical pro-choice bias.

Be sure to check out Liz Scalia's coverage.

Over at Clan Donaldson, Cari still manages to find ways to cheer up, using images of Rainbow Dash.