I posted this to my blog, Board Housewife & The Cat this morning.
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. Pr 3:5
As I begin to read about the history of ideas, two things happen: First, the more I am called to repent my condonation of bad philosophy by reason of willful ignorance; and, second, the more I learn about the way the Cat thinks.
I am reading The Sensualistic Philosophy by Robert L. Dabney, a 19th-century conservative Southern Presbyterian theologian and philosopher, in an attempt to fill the philosophy gap I left open in my education. I avoided philosophy as much as I could in college, taking only a survey course.
After a two-decade gap, I began law school and was made to choke down something called “logical positivism” in a jurisprudence course.…Read More