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Minding Our Thought Patterns

By Vinita Hampton Wright In St. Ignatius’s second pitch of rules for discernment–the rules pertaining to more slight discernment, what we might call advanced discernment–he homes, in regulations 5 and 6, how we can respond to our own processes of thought. Ignatius’s Experience Ignatius had some knowledge with this. During his countless months at Manresa, […]

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Emotions are not primarily judgements

I was struck by two things when I predict Martha Nussbaum’s Anger and Forgiveness. On one mitt, as I noted previously, I’m excited by Nussbaum’s new, and more Santidevan , normative coming to indignation; it seems like she and I have moved toward the same position there. On the other, though, I “ve learned that” […]