What is authority? Is there any real need for it? And should we obey authority? Although we will use the Catechism of the Catholic Church to investigate these questions, these are by no means exclusively Catholic conclusions, and can be … Read the rest
Our central question in this episode is “Should we do what they tell us?”.
To answer this, we ask “What is authority?”, “Who is entitled to authority?” … Read the rest
It has been said that modern man has trouble making distinctions. This difficulty has led us into a lot of fundamental errors in our thinking and has serious consequences for our society and for all individuals.
A distinction … Read the rest
In this episode we take a look at why being able to make distinctions is so important and why discrimination is not always bad. We talk about … Read the rest
In episode #2 we discussed and defined what spiritual freedom is and what it is not. We’ve talked about the obstacles to freedom, as well as the … Read the rest
Rights can be categorized as “Negative” or “Positive”. Negative rights boil down to the “right to be let alone” which is what Justice Louis Brandeis called “the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by civilized men”. … Read the rest
In this episode, we explored the following questions:
What is Liberty?
What are negative rights?
What are human rights?
What are negative rights & human rights founded … Read the rest
This episode we talked about what the obstacles to freedom, how we can attain freedom and what freedom looks like. We delve into what sin is and … Read the rest
If we wish to have freedom, we must recognize the importance of objective truth for freedom. Without this recognition, there is no way to distinguish wrong from right, healthy from unhealthy or freedom from slavery. When something is … Read the rest