September 25, Yesterday Pope Francis spoke to a joint session of Congress, and in doing so he addressed the America people. He did so not as a politician though he is a head of statebut as a pastor. As a pastor he speaks with a different voice, though he addresses serious political issues. In the course of his speech he addressed such issues as climate change, economics, immigration, war and peace, the death penalty, the family.
Hefner, who validated the objectification of women by embedding their sexualized bodies between the more-respectable pages of first-rate writing, embraced and championed libertinism and materialism. That Hefner was rarely seen except in pajamas surrounded by Playmates dressed like inflated bunny rabbits was kitschy and self-parodying, if you were more inclined toward Roger Moore than Roy Moore.
To the fan base of the latter, whom most will remember as the judge who fought the ACLU to keep a Ten Commandments plaque and pre-session prayer in his courtroom, Hefner might as well have been an agent of Satan. Perpetually stalled in adolescence, he was an early advocate of the socially debased trends Moore saw as having led to the unraveling of the American family.
Never coy about his moral positions, Moore liked to keep The Ten Commandments post in his courtroom so that guests would understand that the tablets were the basis for our legal system.
Needless to say, this makes Moore an object of scorn among a majority of Americans, who see gays and lesbians as, well, human beings deserving of equal rights and protections under the same laws that Moore views as justifying the criminalization of same-sex relationships.
Thus, the Alabama contest came down to a battle of former allies representing two very different worldviews. Bannon, though no saint, is a Catholic who respects church doctrine, by his own admission, and is a street fighter for the hard-right. In Alabama, he, too, defeated Trump.
Hefner, not so fast.People with online papers in philosophy Compiled by David Chalmers This page is no longer updated. Its function has been taken over by the list of personal pages tracked at PhilPapers.. This is a list of individuals who have made available online papers in philosophy and related areas.
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