by Thomas Krannawitter | Feb 5, 2019 | Government, History, Philosophy, Speaking Easy
Willfulness is not the same as reasonableness.
by Thomas Krannawitter | May 29, 2018 | Education, Philosophy, Speaking EasyWriting, for me, is less about “creativity,” even though that’s the way writing is taught in typical university courses. Then again, academicians might not be the best judges or teachers of writing. How many academics today, after all, could pen...
by Thomas Krannawitter | Apr 16, 2018 | Education, Government, History, PhilosophyA recent survey shows that many Americans either never learned or have forgotten much about the Holocaust. Many Americans don’t know the full extent of the government slaughter, or they cannot say what Auschwitz was, or they don’t know that Hitler...
by Thomas Krannawitter | Feb 13, 2018 | Philosophy
Disagree with anyone on any subject, for any reason, and it’s likely someone will accuse you of being racist.
by Thomas Krannawitter | Jan 28, 2018 | Philosophy, Theology
Who is interesting in the story of the Garden of the Eden? And who is not?
by Thomas Krannawitter | Jan 22, 2018 | History, Philosophy, Theology |
If the Bible suggests that glory and might, power and right, can all be the same thing at the same time, Machiavelli surely agrees.