Socrates had important answers to the big questions in life. But he was especially good at asking questions, helping his students use their own reason to discover answers that were available to them all along.
I have had a similar experience whenever I am a guest on Jesuit Father Robert McTeigue’s “Catholic Current” radio show (distributed by the Station of the Cross Catholic Radio Network). He asks great questions, arising from a great depth of knowledge and his long experience as a philosophy and theology professor in North and Central America, Europe and Asia.
So when I read his new book, Real Philosophy for Real People by Ignatius Press, I couldn’t resist the opportunity to ask him a few questions myself.
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In the final days of the campaign, Trump is prodding voters to ask themselves: which candidate has the best chance of surviving COVID-19?
One of the left’s most enduring lies during the Trump presidency is the idea that he is a self-styled authoritarian strongman in the tradition of Mussolini and Hitler.
On this episode, Steve talks to Stream.org Senior Editor John Zmirak about the significance of the upcoming election not just for America, but the world; the opinions of certain high Catholic prelates on the same; and the importance now more than ever of securing natural rights — like self defense — from those who increasingly seek to take them from us.
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Cornelius van Poelenburgh [1594-1667], “The Expulsion from Paradise”
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‘A normal life — that’s all we want, a normal life.’ That was President Trump’s message
We may be on the brink of having to endure another two-month election night.