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Auguste Comte and Modern Science: The denial of the Metaphysical Dimension

Auguste Comte and Modern Science: The denial of the Metaphysical Dimension and Auguste Comte

  Today many views “modern science” and “empiricism” – the practice of basing theories on testing of data derived from human experiences – as if these are infallible entities. Yet, one hardly remembers that for example lobotomy – drilling holes into a patient’s skull – was considered “scientific” only a few years ago. Modern science is often much more influenced …

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Mental Health: The importance of Moral Standards and Self-Discipline

Mental Health: The Meaning of Life: Herland Report

  Reflection on how the spiritual dimension affects our practical lives is more important than ever. There are natural laws, spiritual principles that influence our mental health, whether we believe in them or not. For example, when Jesus said “you will reap what you sow,” he spoke of a law of nature that works regardless of what we think of …

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Science is politicized: Modern science is not objective

Modern science is highly politicized and not objective - William H. Wall

  Because perception is inherently fallible, logic is duped by empirical evidence. Our five senses are notoriously weak and prone to error. Hundreds of optical illusions are readily available to prove the point. Every scientific error had the support of logic. In short, perception itself is woefully inadequate to assess reality, writes poet, playwriter and essayist, William Hamnet Wall, first …

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Hedonism versus the tough love of Christianity

The tough love of Christianity: Hanne Nabintu Herland. new book The BIllionaire World.

  The legacy of the Judeo-Christian ethics of tough love is the only set of values in the West that have been able to unite us. We have not developed any other ethics that have been able to sustain core stability. These several thousand years old tough love rules establish clear boundaries between right and wrong, good and evil, justice …

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Western Secular Values are not Neutral but come from Christian Philosophy

Western Secular Values: Hanne Nabintu Herland, foto Steffen Aaland

  The term “Western values” is often used when describing historical ideals and cultural traditions that are perceived to be vital in defining the European civilization. If you pay attention to the way the term is currently used, it is easy to assume that modern Western values were invented in the Enlightenment period – the 1600s – with its emphasis …

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Secular Extremism: Liberals define secularism as atheism, says Mohammad Usman Rana

Secular Extremism in Europe: Dr. Mohammad Usman Rana, Herland Report

  Herland Report TV (HTV): Historian Hanne Nabintu Herland sat down with Mohammad Usman Rana discussing secular extremism in Europe, authoritarian atheism and lack of respect for religious freedom. Watch it here! “Increasingly, we are seeing Liberals define secularism as atheism, and neutrality as godlessness,” says Dr. Mohammad Usman Rana, medical doctor, author and famous commentator in the media, in …

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The hatred of Religion: How did the Left come to hate their own culture and the values that made the West great?

Kafka nightmare is America’s reality: The Kafka nightmare has become America’s reality: To turn a people into extensions of the omnipotent, omnipresent police state. John Whitehead

  Many wonder how the West came to denigrate religion as a source of morality. How the intellectual, neo-Marxist elites in the media, at the universities, among politicians came to perceive Christians as reactionary parts of an undesirable, hopelessly outdated past. How did the neo-Marxists come to hate their own culture so much and its religious foundations? Why the cultural …

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