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
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
There a lot of opinions, even conflicting ones, on what freedom is. However, “freedom” is best defined in its truest sense, theologically.
Freedom of Thought
We can experience freedom through the ability to think clearly. We tend to consider thinking … Read the rest
Why Catholic Principles?
Claiming that any set of principles are absolutely true is sacrilege to the popular religion of relativity, which states that absolutely everything is relative, ironically enough. This implies that we should never accept any particular belief as … Read the rest