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When we are really open to the “external”, we perceive not only “alterity” with an interpersonal perspective, but a service is offered to reason itself, which becomes formative and creative by maintaining contacts with the outside world and opening itself to other horizons. The dialogue builds bridges and i...read more
Articles from section "Philosophy"
Wherever the Catholic sun doth shine / There's always laughter and good red wine / At least I've always found it so / Benedicamus Domino!" Immortal quotes such as this one have kept readers …read more
Benedict XVI, echoing his predecessor, has repeatedly exhorted the Catholic faithful and all persons of good will to live their freedom in accordance with truth and the common good. The need …read more
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Despite Benedict XVI's prediction in 2000 that Dietrich von Hildebrand would become one of the "most prominent" intellectual figures of modern times, the German-born Catholic philosopher was …read more
Conferences aren't always the most interesting events to attend, but when one is devoted to the subject of love, it promises to be more thought-provoking than most. That was the case during …read more