The Integration of Modern Psychology and the Philosophical Virtues in the Christian Worldview
A psychological professional who is truly concerned for an individual’s well-being ought to awaken them to a sense of their human dignity, to help them recognize disorders in their lives, and to accompany them along the path of healing and self-discovery.Blake Tamez | The Vanderbilt Synesis | Fall 2016
Postmodernism and the Paradox of Tolerance
Postmodernism conflates truth and personhood, and in doing so confines the person to a state of perpetual insecurity and vulnerability. It is this fear of violence that prevents modern persons from recognizing the inherent dignity of their peers.Joshua Tseng-Tham | The Dartmouth Apologia | Spring 2017
Whom Are We Friends with and Why?
As the ancient philosophers recognized the ease with which we can settle for less from our relationships, the current cultural context challenges us, diverts us from what it means to have a true friend and be one.Hannah Jung | The Dartmouth Apologia | Fall 2012, Volume 7, Issue 1