12th October 2018
Matters of principle: Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation
The emergent and increasingly dominant view of politics dismisses aspects of common goods shared between majority and minority, and empowers the victorious while dismissing concerns of the defeated.
25th February 2016
Doing justice according to law
Has citizenship become too rights-based? 'There may well be good grounds for querying the predominance of rights rhetoric in the law, even if we baulk at the idea of refusing to uphold human rights'.
26th February 2015
78% of the British Muslims questioned in a ComRes poll for the BBC said that they felt deeply offended by the publication of images of the Prophet Mohammed. The debates that have raged since the attacks on the Charlie Hebdo offices about the provocative cartoons published by that magazine are nothing new, says Patrick Riordan SJ. In fact, they have their roots in Paris itself, and in the writings of St Thomas Aquinas.
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