Philo-Sophia, The Love of Wisdom
Our approach to philosophy is personalist, rooted in the teachings of the Magisterium. With this personalist approach, it is more existentialist and phenomenological.
Many today believe that faith and reason are at odds, opposed to each other. This is not the case. Faith and reason cannot conflict because both seek what is true about reality. Theology and philosophy both attempt to discover the nature of reality and the meaning of life in their respective fields. As such, since truth is the subject of both in their independent fields, neither can conflict with the other since truth cannot contradict truth.
By Jeremy Hausotter
This is an informal commentary series on the Logical Investigations by Edmund Husserl. It is called informal since it is not academic. The Logical Investigations is of the utmost importance for continental philosophy since was the book that inaugurated the phenomenological movement.
By Guillermo Moreno
Animals are not people, but there is a cultural phenomena that seems to replace children with pets, due to the concept of “fur-babies” and the fact that many pet owners who use terms like this are couples who do not have children. Therein lies two problems: animals are elevated closer to humans, and children are relegated as less than human. The root of this cultural paradigm is ultimately a distorted attachment to creation and a distorted view of who we are and what God’s plan is for having created us the way He did.