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David Hume, hero of the Enlightenment, father of skepticism, linchpin of democracy and human rights and freedoms, Happy 300th Birthday! Sir Roger has some understanding of how Hume felt when he said this: “Here am I who have written on all sorts of subjects calculated to excite hostility, moral, political, and religious, and yet [...]
Posted: 7 May, 2011 in Aussie Citizenship, Australian Politics, Australian Values, Culture, Economics, Education, History, Life, Literature, mystery, Nature, politics and government, Religion, Science, US Politics, values.
Tags: Australian democracy, Australian democratic values, Australian political values, Australian Politics, Australian religion, Australian religious values, authority, David Hume, democracy, emotion, Enlightenment, epistemology, evidence, evidence-based, Feelings, freedom, government, human, human values, humanity, Hume, metaphysics, moral values, morals, opinion, philosopher, philosophy, political values, politics, Religion, religion and politics, religious politics, religious values, rights, scepticism, Scottish Enlightenment, skepticism, suffrage, understanding
Yes, even the Archbishop of Canterbury has dumped the Pope and his church: says Irish Catholic church has lost all credibility over paedophile priests
Posted: 3 April, 2010 in Australian Values, fun, politics and government, Religion, Sex, values.
Tags: ABP, anglican, Archbishop, Benedict, Canterbury, Catholic, Church of England, CofE, Ireland, Irish, Irish catholic, Islam, Lambeth, muslim, paedophile, paedophile priest, pedophile, Pope, Primate, Ratzinger, Religion, religious politics, religious values, scandal