April 02, 2019

Michael Pakaluk, acting dean, and ordinary professor, ethics and social philosophy, published commentary on The Catholic Thing and France Catholique about saving as a Christian.

...It’s a strange conflict of cosmoi, involving a dispute over virtues and vices. The man’s liberality looks like prodigality to the woman; the woman’s looks like meanness to the man.  On Chesterton’s telling, these traits don’t neutralize each other, or come to co-exist amicably in “complementarity.”...

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