The Great Divide: Political Philosophy, Ancient vs. Modern

The history of political philosophy is often divided between the classics (or ancients) in contradistinction to the moderns.  Political philosophy, from the time of Socrates and Plato, has always been regarded as the queen of the philosophical enterprises because it most pertains to the question of being human.  Hence, political philosophy is necessarily tied to … Continue reading The Great Divide: Political Philosophy, Ancient vs. Modern

Rupture: Paradise Lost and the Fall in Christianity

The concept of the Fall in Christianity is one of its most notable ideas, codified into doctrine with the understanding of Original Sin which stems from the Fall.  We have already examined aspects of the Fall in the thought of St. Augustine in these posts here and here.  Now we turn to a more cursory … Continue reading Rupture: Paradise Lost and the Fall in Christianity