A Catholic Goes to the Movies
(What follows is the conclusion to Father Daniel Callum’s, C.S.B, new book, “A Catholic Goes to the Movies”, just published by Justin Press. For details on the book, and the upcoming book launch on November 19th at Holy Rosary Church in Toronto, please see the Nota in Brevis section.) Editor.
The ancient Greeks, whom we have learnt to admire, had two cosmologies. One of them, proposed by the philosopher Zeno of Elea, held that motion is an illusion. The world is utterly static; nothing ever changes or ever could. The second view, propounded by the historians Herodotus and Thucydides, was cyclic