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Philosophy

Love, Tolerance, and the Making of Distinctions

by Bishop Robert Barron . June 16, 2015 .

The ethical conversation has become, in the last fifty years, extraordinarily roiled. The problem is the incapacity to make the right distinctions between concepts such as love and hate, tolerance and intolerance.

Spoiler Alert

”The Avengers” and Friedrich Nietzsche

by Bishop Robert Barron . May 4, 2015 .

Although some have seen Biblical themes at work in Joss Whedon's latest film, 'Avengers: Age of Ultron', I see pretty much the opposite, namely, an affirmation of a Nietzschean view of life.

Atheism and Philosophy

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 26, 2015 .

In a recent article published in the online journal “Salon,” philosophy professor John Messerly claims that religion has a "smart-people problem." Is this the case? Fr. Robert Barron responds.

Does Religion Really Have a "Smart-People Problem"?

by Bishop Robert Barron . January 6, 2015 .

In a recent article published in the online journal “Salon,” philosophy professor John Messerly claims that religion has a "smart-people problem." Is this the case? Fr. Robert Barron responds.

Thomas Aquinas and the Argument from Motion

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 30, 2014 .

Atheists, Agnostics, and believers alike appeal to philosophy to support their claims on the existence or non-existence of God. However, Thomas Aquinas' "Argument from Motion" offers a proof that cannot be easily refuted, as it appeals to the the concept of an "actus purus," or the unmoved mover that we call God.

Revisiting the Argument from Motion

by Bishop Robert Barron . October 7, 2014 .

Atheists, Agnostics, and believers alike appeal to philosophy to support their claims on the existence or non-existence of God. However, Thomas Aquinas' "Argument from Motion" offers a proof that cannot be easily refuted, as it appeals to the the concept of an "actus purus," or the unmoved mover that we call God.

A Survey of Modern and Post-Modern Thought

by Bishop Robert Barron . December 1, 2012 .

Fr. Barron speaking at the 2012 Napa Institute Day on Reason and Faith.

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