The longer I live, the more humbug there is.
Boethius was the one man most responsible for bequeathing classical learning to the West, to survive the Dark Ages to come, until the Medieval world should burst forth in its wonderful light.
There are at least 19 different kinds of judgment that we should distinguish.
Prudence, writes Josef Pieper is the root of all the natural virtues, and there is an obvious reason why. It is the virtue of seeing reality as it is.
Tinker Bell seems to have invaded the mindset of modern man.
One has to pity — a little — politicians obliged to react publicly to events such as those on November 13 in Paris.
If I had only one sermon to preach, it would be a sermon against Pride.
What, Roger, to your mind, is the problem with moral relativism?
The ethical conversation has become, in the last fifty years, extraordinarily roiled.
I thought, at the time, that it was just a young woman remarkably slow of wit, even if she was a professor of law.