Tag Archives: justice

The virtue least able to stand alone

Children reveal our instinct for fairness, the root concept in the virtue of justice. Of course, as every parent knows, that instinct is often distorted, with the desire for fairness being expressed only as “fairness for me.” Justice is a … Continue reading

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God’s Justice

Saint Isaac of Syria famously said “We know nothing of God’s justice, only His mercy.” … God’s justice is inscrutable. We cannot know it or fathom it or understand it. It’s a useless concept when it comes to understanding our … Continue reading

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Tasty Tidbits 9/26/11

Conscience and coercion. Out of sight, out of mind, part 1 Out of sight, out of mind, part 2 “Chamber of Commerce conservatism.” Happy birthday, Heidegger! Green goes goofy. Experience versus theory. Short and Sweet

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Tasty Tidbits 9/22/11

A different twist on the death penalty. Dept. of Homeland Delusion. Against Justice.

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Tasty Tidbits 9/21/11

DADT. Not repeating, but rhyming. What relevance repugnance? Up-to-date ancients. Greece vs. America. Georgia’s gonna kill some guy who may not be guilty. (Yawn!) Diversity and diversity. Constitution Day. How’s he doing with Louis Farrakhan? Wimps.

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