By Josie Luetke René Descartes’ infamous adage “I think, therefore I am” at first strikes one as a basic philosophical tenet, its danger generally unnoticed, including by my younger, immature self. Consider, though, how it associates ‘I’ solely with one’s mind and not body, and casts everything but one’s subjective viewpoint into doubt. On Sept. 18 of this year, His Eminence Thomas […]

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