Anscombe Society-Response

Here is the Anscombe Society's response to the situation: was thinking about culture clashes. It seems to me that the position of an Anscombe Society at a place like Princeton, which is liberal in the sense of being institutionally committed to protecting the individual choices of its students, would be rather like having a "Richard Dawkins Society" dedicated to arguing the ethical superiority of atheism, and the harmfulness of engaging in practices like going to worship services, at a religious institution of higher learning.Here's the take of the Nation:

Cathleen Kaveny is the Darald and Juliet Libby Professor in the Theology Department and Law School at Boston College.

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