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Posts Tagged ‘language’

Philosophy of Education

Philosophy of Education

By Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D. This essay is an excerpt from a much larger work I wrote in 1978 about the linguistic muddle which permeated educational theory and practice at the time. I suggested that some of the contributions made by the modern analytic movement in philosophy could help educators, and particularly educational philosophers, deal [...]

Rise of the Professional Slut

Rise of the Professional Slut

BY SELWYN DUKE “There was a time when you knew who the bad girls were,” someone close to me once said. “Now you know who the good girls are.” And I hear that all three of them are beside themselves over today’s state of affairs. “Lena Dunham: I Was Raped By a ‘Campus Republican,’” the headline reads, introducing the [...]

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language

Cultural Marxism: The Doom of Language

By Robert F. Beaudine “Every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.” Throughout history, ideas have been used for good or for evil. They have also led to the greatest evil – war. This is reflective in a [...]

Language and Communication by Jonathan Dolhenty

Language and Communication by Jonathan Dolhenty

INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC: Part 2 Language and Communicationby Jonathan Dolhenty, Ph.D.  There are thousands of languages spoken throughout the world. No one knows exactly when or how human beings began to use what today we call ordinary language, but a number of theories have been offered by early linguists. There is the "ding-dong" [...]

Universities: No tolerance for Free Speech

Universities: No tolerance for Free Speech

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY American universities pride themselves on being areas of free speech, where anyone can say anything he wants, no matter how ridiculous or even un-American. Universities defend all the leftwing and radical professors who sound off with socialist and communist notions. But funny thing, a lot of universities simply will not [...]

Edmund Burke: Hijacking a Good Name Only to Abandon Its Good Cause

Edmund Burke: Hijacking a Good Name Only to Abandon Its Good Cause

Daily Dabble in the Classics, Edmund Burke Edmund Burke (1729-1797), Irish-born British Statesman, defender of the American Revolution, opponent of the French Revolution YOU IMAGINED, WHEN YOU WROTE LAST, that I might possibly be reckoned among the approvers of certain proceedings in France, from the solemn public seal of sanction they [...]

Courage to Call Things By Their Proper Name – Fr. Frank Pavone

Courage to Call Things By Their Proper Name – Fr. Frank Pavone

BY FR. FRANK PAVONE This reflection is taken from my book Pro-Life Reflections for Every Day, which is available for purchase at: ProLifeReflectionsForEveryDay.org “We need now more than ever to have the courage to look the truth in the eye and to call things by their proper name, without yielding to convenient compromises or to the [...]

Some Questions About Language – Mortimer J. Adler

Some Questions About Language – Mortimer J. Adler

BY MORTIMER J. ADLER, PH.D. Within the tradition of analytic and linguistic philosophy, as developed in the twentieth century, it was Wittgenstein's "Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus" that spelled out most clearly the ontological framework presupposed by Russell's program, following Leibniz, of making the structure of language isomorphic with the [...]

Dictionaries

Dictionaries

CARL L. BANKSTON III There is an old game that consists of asking, “if you were stranded on a desert island with only one book, what book would you want?” If “book” can be interpreted as “publication,” my immediate answer would be “the Oxford English Dictionary,” That might be cheating. It is difficult to imagine my raft [...]

Weekly Story: Mr. Sheffelde Asks for Eggys

Weekly Story: Mr. Sheffelde Asks for Eggys

Democratic Thinker, Weekly Story In 1490, William Caxton—England’s first printer—publishes Eneydos, in the prologue of which he relates a now well-known story of two people who speak the same language but who fail to understand each other. Mr. Sheffelde Asks for Eggys. ————— AND certaynly our langage now vsed varyeth [...]

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