The #MeToo campaign has far-reaching implications for both feminism and the so-called Sexual Revolution to which feminism gave rise. First, the Feminist affirms a model of Woman that is, or is supposed to be, radically at odds with what she takes to be the traditional, patriarchal stereotype from which feminists have (allegedly) liberated women.  Feminist…

One of the points for which I argue in my latest book, Christianity and the World: Essays Philosophical, Historical, and Cultural, is that the civilization—the world—that atheist and theist alike take for granted today would be unrecognizable to itself if not for the religion that produced it: Christianity. Take, for example, the “secular” figure of…

I know far less than I should know about the whole issue of so-called “Net Neutrality.” That being said, and in all modesty, I doubt that I know much less than most others who are weighing in on this topic, and I dare say that I probably know a considerable deal more than those—the usual…

If you’re a parent who is giving consideration to refinancing your home for the sake of sending your child off to a university, you may want to reconsider. Most parents, doubtless, regard college as nothing more or less than a means to the end of a lucrative profession for their children. Still, even some of…

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Jack Kerwick

I have a Ph.D. in philosophy from Temple University, a master's degree in philosophy from Baylor University, and a bachelor's degree in philosophy and religious studies from Wingate University. I teach philosophy at several colleges in the New Jersey and Pennsylvania areas.

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