sábado, 12 de noviembre de 2016

Modern Virtue Ethics Isn’t Really Aristotelian

What’s Religion Good For? Progressives Weigh In
by James B. LaGrand on November 7th, 2016
The answer many progressives give to the question, “What’s religion good for?” is troubling in at least two ways. Not only does it conflict with traditional understandings of religious freedom, it also does harm to the integrity of religion itself.
Tea Party Elegy
by Rachel Lu on November 8th, 2016
Our Constitution alone will not be adequate protection if we allow the left to sweep through our mainstream culture and our institutions.
Science: What Went Wrong?
by Edward R. Dougherty on November 9th, 2016
Since the seventeenth century, Rousseau’s influence has changed the way scientists approach their discipline—ironically, given that he based his theories on emotion and conjecture rather than observation and data. A return to rigorous standards of inquiry, unbiased by personal agendas, would restore science to its former position of strength.
Modern Virtue Ethics Isn’t Really Aristotelian
by Allison Postell on November 10th, 2016
Jonathan Sanford argues that contemporary virtue ethicists ought to return to the work of Aristotle as a foundation for moral judgments.
Make Religious Freedom Great Again
by Ryan T. Anderson on November 11th, 2016
Donald Trump should commit to protecting the free exercise of religion for all Americans of all faiths.
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