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Lewis on the Pitfalls and Pathways of Moral Reasoning

In his well-known attempt to field the question of pacifism, the essay “Why I Am Not a Pacifist”, C.S. Lewis established some preliminary ground rules about moral reasoning applicable beyond his particular concerns. He begins by adverting toward an analysis of Reason in general. Lewis notes that this involves three elements: the facts reasoned about, […]

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What Money Can’t Buy

Anamnesis Journal yesterday published a review of Michael Sandel’s book, What Money Can’t Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets. Dr. Coyle Neal writes: Sandel correctly notes that in reality, this is no solution at all. The problem is not that the market is evil per se; rather, the market operates according to its own set […]