The Human Person and Beauty

in which we continue our discussion of natural revelation at the Register (and hopefully shake off the battling advocates of atheist materialism and Intelligent Design who both seem to have no clue what St. Thomas was talking about when he talked about Design).  This piece should attract a whole new slew of people who will scream about subjectivism and culturally conditioned standards of beauty–as though they are the very first people in the world to whom “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” has ever occurred.  I look forward to a weekend of Lectures on the Obvious from such folk.  Fun!

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  • A Philosopher

    Your principle of the fifth sentence seems to entail that there’s a largest integer.