Copleston History of Philosophy, Volume 1: Greece and Rome Outline (This is an attempt to present the outline which Copleston gives within … More
“Who can understand the omnipotent Trinity? We all speak of it, though we may not speak of it as it … More
“The text from Augustine’s Confessions with which Wittgenstein opens the Investigations registers a strong sense of how the self-transparent little soul looks out from … More
“Man can be compelled to do a good many things. There are a good many other things he can do … More
“We have seen that loving concern, although it actually confirms the beloved in his existence, can also have a shaming … More
“St. Augustine (354-430 AD) sought to combine Christian faith and human reason: to believe in order to be able to … More
Unless you turn to Him and repay the existence that He gave you , you won’t be “nothing”; you will … More
There are two things that kill the soul, despair and false hope.