- The “Catastrophe of Nominalism”
- Long-time readers of this blog will already know that I agree with Catholic theologian Hans Urs von Balthasar (1905-1988) that the rise of nominalism in especially Western cultures has been a “catastrophe.
- The Fermi Paradox and Extraterrestrial Life
- Nominalism: things are themselves. The last thing on my list is a paradox in itself.
- Justice Scalia's life and death should be an example to Washington's career
- Nominalism, a philosophy that views everything as subjective to the individual, infiltrated universities and even churches in the late thirteenth century and thus began the decline of the belief that that faith and reason are closely aligned.
- The Trouble With Nominalism
- Your post (prepared yesterday) about nominalism being the worst cultural “decision” ever has a resonant timeliness with the darkness of the Triduum.
- Is Evangelicalism a Secularizing Force?
- When I was first introduced to Nominalism back when I took Introduction to Medieval Philosophy as an undergraduate, it made me vaguely uneasy. It didn't appeal to me, but I didn't rightly know why. I came to see over the years, with a growing sense of ...
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