The Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D. C. is hosting the Thomistic Circles Symposium on Creation and Modern Science on Saturday, April 14. The speakers are Fr. Nicanor Austriaco, William E. Carroll, and me. I’ll be speaking on the topic “Neuroscience and the Immaterial Aspects of Thought.”
Friday, April 6, 2012
Posted by Edward Feser at 10:41 AM
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Excellent news! Fr. Nic is superb! (Not that you two other guys are slouches or anything...)ReplyDelete
Will there be a video recording posted online? Please let us know. ThanksReplyDelete
Ed you don't do as many posts on politics any more.ReplyDelete
Do you have any views on Obama and his recent comments on judical review as it pertains to the possibility of the courts striking down Obamacare?
Hear hear, and I'd love to hear your post-libertarian, authentically Catholic views on political econ/economics too.ReplyDelete
So do I.Delete
Superb! The title reminds me of J. F. Ross...ReplyDelete
I'd like to know why you're no longer a libertarian as well.ReplyDelete
He's basically answered that libertarian question before. I don't want to speak for him or anything, so google "Classical Natural Law Theory, Property Rights, and Taxation" and click on the first link (no idea how to directly link it). It'll download an html.ReplyDelete
He doesn't explain explain "why I'm not a libertarian anymore" in that paper, but I think he says a lot in answer to that question.
Thanks for that. However I can't read the paper without shelling out $30.
I'm guessing that he feels Natural Law would be in opposition to many libertarian principles such as legal drugs, prostitution, etc.
I'd like to see some debate on that actually.
That's strange. It shouldn't cost you any money at all. Here, try the link directly:ReplyDelete
That worked Pattsce.ReplyDelete
Ed, I hope to be there.ReplyDelete