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Tag Archives: God
To have privacy you must kill God
I was commenting on Paul Bernal’s excellent blog on privacy, and the title of this blog came to me. I was arguing, on the blog, with Bruce Shneier and I realized there was a connection, perhaps spurious, in political philosophical … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, privacy, transparency Tagged Christianity, God, human-rights, Middle Ages, Politics, privacy, Private sphere, religion, Security, society 4 Comments
Educating ourselves to particpate in politics: what is the best way to live?
The following is based on comment, I posted on http://adragonsbestfriend.wordpress.com/2012/03/09/knowledge-is-porridge/ The challenge for educating our young to take part in politics, is that teaching is no longer about educating. Moreover educating is no longer about teaching someone to think or … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, education, Government Tagged Atheism, Education, God, human-rights, Philosophy, Politics, pragmatic alternatives, Pragmatism, Twitter 4 Comments