William Gairdner Special to The Interim It’s deeply ironic that while our predecessors thought the most important use of human will was to escape slavery to our own harmful appetites and judgements, “choice” is now cited as the most important moral authority for whatever is chosen. It’s as if personal choice makes something good, despite the obvious fact we may choose something […]

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