Rémi Brague, French Catholic philosopher and winner of the prestigious Ratzinger Prize was at my university last week. Prof. Brague is one of those lecturers who loves to make interesting little side comments, something I am particularly fond of. In one of these little “asides,” he suggested that the “secular” are those whose lives are defined by a horizon of a hundred years. “That is simply what the word ‘secular’ means,” he declared...
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Rémi Brague - The Limits of a Secular Age
Catholic Thing - The Limits of a Secular Age by Randall Smith