Moral Sentimentalism and Mechanized Society
Recently Alastair Roberts and I had the chance to do an email back and forth over an issue I’ve noticed increasingly often in the way that many are reasoning about issues of public ethics. Unsurprisingly, the discussion sprawled out a...
Jake Meador / November 30, 2015
Desiderius Erasmus and “It wasn’t me, it was God”
For Erasmus, grace is active in our acting, in the beauty of virtue displayed that engages and transforms our affections, allowing us to play a part that becomes our own as we play it. […] Erasmus subverts the distinction between...
Graedon Zorzi / July 10, 2012