Monthly Archives: October 2012

Lectures next Tuesday

Laurence Paul Hemming will be returning to USU next week.  He has lectured here before and has been very well received.  He is very capable on a wide range of subjects (his last talk was on Zeno’s paradox), but is … Continue reading

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Faith and Reason in the LDS church

The last few weeks in my USU 1320 Humanities class we have been discussing medieval philosophy and faith and reason.  A student who watched the LDS Conference over this last weekend told me about a reference to a faith-reason synthesis … Continue reading

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Politics and subsidiarity

With the upcoming election, a hot topic has of course been the role of government.  The Catholic view – subsidiarity and solidarity – is something of a third and middle way.  It is not communitarian in a marxist sense, but … Continue reading

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