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Ep. 41 What is Normal?

This week, we reflect on an interesting twitter discussion I had about “norms”. In our current communication, terms are being stripped of their nuance and meaning.  In a world where language invites doubt of our senses, how do we define norms? And how do we defend them?

Today, we look at the works of  a few thinkers, including Augustine’s Confessions and Peter Kreeft’s Socratic Logic text, to see what they says about absolute statements and God’s natural design.

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Daniel Roberts

I am an application developer by day and a philosopher by night. I received my MA Philosophy from Southern Evangelical Seminary and I continue to pursue, in the words of A. G. Sertillanges, “The Intellectual Life”. My primary areas of study include, specifically: Natural Law, Natural Theology, Ethics, and the Problem of Evil. Follow me on Twitter: @SolomonsCorner, Facebook: @RealSolomonsCorner.

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