FrankenPope Preaches Insane, Inane, Sentimental and Relativistic Philosophy

FrankenPope Preaches Insane, [Inane,] Sentimental [and Relativistic] Philosophy

en.news – 1/24/18

Pope Francis claims in his message for the World Day of Social Communications (January 24) that the truth – allegedly – depends on subjective feelings.

He makes the following wrong statement: “An impeccable argument can rest on undeniable facts, but if it is used to hurt another and to discredit that person in the eyes of others, however correct it may appear, it is not truthful”, adding, “We can recognize the truth of statements from their fruits.”

According to a sane philosophy, truth is the correspondence of the intellect with reality. Subjective intentions can have all kinds of negative effects but they don’t change the veracity of an argument.

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2 comments on “FrankenPope Preaches Insane, Inane, Sentimental and Relativistic Philosophy

  1. In a world flooded with malicious sentimentalities invented by the Left for its own revolutionary ends, reality is just a matter of individual inclination – just as long as it doesn’t thwart THE Revolution, of course. If it does, then it’s anathema.
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    Leo XIII’s Holy Office gave its own approbation to Fr. y Salvany’s classic, “Liberalism Is A Sin”. Anyone sane enough to be a Catholic may want to check out Chapter 21 on personal polemics and liberalism.
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    I’m betting Pope Leo’s doctrinal team came to a better conclusion than the Motel 6 scribes did.

  2. Yet more evidence — not that we needed any more — that this pope is a thoroughgoing Modernist.
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    “An impeccable argument can rest on undeniable facts, but if it is used to hurt another and to discredit that person in the eyes of others, however correct it may appear, it is not truthful”, adding, “We can recognize the truth of statements from their fruits.”
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    Once again, his concept of truth is found to conform to the Modernist definition: Truth is conformity of the mind to life (not reality). In this particular instance, he is saying that since “life” is disrupted when one states inconvenient realities, such uncomfy statements aren’t true, just by virtue of their uncomfiness.
    Guess we have to change that old cliché; not “The truth hurts”, but the exact opposite; “The truth is comfy”.
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    What a pansy. But then, all Liberals are pansies.

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