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Hanne Nabintu Herland: Respect European Values

During the course of his determined efforts to establish a foundation for communicative rationality, the renowned German philosopher Jurgen Habermas reviewed methods demonstrating that normative questions, or questions concerning how people should behave, can be resolved rationally.  Habermas, together with several modern moral philosophers, has viewed with increasing trepidation the tendency towards weakening solidarity in liberal society. Narrow focus on ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: The flaws of European Hedonism

One of France’s leading philosophers, anti-marxist  Andre Glucksmann, characterizes the current conflict of values in Europe as a struggle between nihilism and conservatism. Nihilism advocates a moral without limits, where any and all actions are permissible. Evil does not exist. The shame of conscience is perceived as a socially constructed effect of traditional dogmas, to which the preferable response is ... Read More »

Den sekulære ekstremismen: Nabintu Herland kommenterer Usman Rana

Mohammed Usman Rana påpeker med rette at dersom pluralismen skal ivaretas, må degraderingen av troende mennesker opphøre. Mohammad Usman Rana vant Aftenpostens kronikk konkurranse med en glitrende analyse av den sekulære ekstremismen som preger norsk offentlig debatt. Han påpeker at dersom pluralismen skal ivaretas, må degraderingen av troende mennesker opphøre. Han mener at utfordringen for det nye Norge blir å finne ... Read More »

Hanne Nabintu Herland: Norwegian Princess Martha Louise: – a New Age inspired occultist

Our fear to speak out on controversial subjects is at times so great that we fail to express critical warnings. This weakness is particularly apparent in the reaction to the noticeably New Age inspired occultism that Norway’s highly profiled Princess Martha Louise personifies.  The Princess’ veneration of angels breaks clearly with Christianity’s understanding of the role of angels as messengers ... Read More »

Ateisten Habermas: “Vi trenger den kristne etikken”

Høsten er ofte regnet som et ypperlig tidspunkt for å lese bøker. Noen av oss velger sakprosa, andre skjønnlitteratur og enkelte har størst glede av fagbøker. Å utvide den mentale horisonten gjennom ny informasjon kan gi grobunn for refleksjon og spennende samtaler med andre enten privat eller i det offentlige rom. (Photo: The Guardian) Jeg har hatt gleden av å ... Read More »

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