The Pillars of Unbelief — Kant

Kant — subjectivizer of Truth Few philosophers in history have been so unreadable and dry as Immanuel Kant. Yet few have had a more devastating impact on human thought. Kant’s devoted servant, Lumppe, is said to have faithfully read each thing his master published, but when Kant published his most important work, “The Critique of Pure Reason,” Lumppe began but […]

The Pillars of Unbelief — Machiavelli

Machiavelli – inventor of “the new morality” We need to talk about “enemies” of the faith because the life of faith is a real war. So say all the prophets, Apostles, martyrs and our Lord Himself. Yet, we try to avoid talking about enemies. Why? Partly because of our fear of confusing spiritual with material enemies; of hating the sinner […]