Fr. Robert McTeigue is back with a new book called “Real Philosophy for Real People: Tools for Truthful Living.” Corine Weaver with MRC’s 25 Times Big Tech Claimed They Censored Conservatives by Mistake.
Segment 1 – Intro and News
Segment 2 – Real Philosophy for Real People: Tools for Truthful Living
In McTeigue, classical philosophy finds a contemporary voice, accessible to the layman and engaging to the scholar. Real Philosophy for Real People is an answer to those philosophies that prize theory over truth, to any metaphysics that cannot account for itself, to anthropologies that are unworthy of the human person, and to ethical systems that reduce the great dignity and destiny of the human person. As the author insists, “A key test of any philosophy is: Can it be lived?” With Thomas Aquinas, this book teaches not only how to know the truth, but how to love it and to do it.
Father Robert McTeigue, SJ, is a member of the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus. A professor of philosophy and theology, he has taught and lectured in North and Central America, Europe and Asia and is known for his classes in both rhetoric and medical ethics. He has long experience in spiritual direction, retreat ministry and religious formation and is a member of the National Ethics Committee of the Catholic Medical Association.
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Segment 3 – Real Philosophy for Real People: Tools for Truthful Living
Fr. Robert McTeigue continued
Segment 4 – 25 Times Big Tech Claimed They Censored Conservatives by Mistake
“Big Tech has eviscerated free speech on social media. There have been at least 25 famous, well-documented examples of when Big Tech companies censored conservatives, allegedly by mistake since August 7. 2018. “
Corinne Weaver works as an assistant editor for the Media Research Center. Her coverage on tech censorship, media bias, and pro-life issues have been cited by many in the conservative movement. Corinne’s work has been featured in Fox News, the Guardian, LifeSiteNews, Live Action, LifeNews, and the Federalist.