I am currently undertaking two reading projects:
1. A study of ethics, rights and moral philosophy. My 3 main books on the subject are ‘Ethics,’ by Dietrich Bonhoeffer, ‘Justice: Rights and Wrongs,’ by Nicholas Wolterstorff, and ‘The Abolition of Man,’ by C.S. Lewis. Supplemental books will include ‘Philosophy: A Beginners Guide,’ by Teichman and Evans, ‘The Republic,’ by Plato, ‘Nichomachean Ethics,’ by Aristotle,’ and any others I can think of or have recommended.
2. A read-thru and discussion of ‘Fear and Trembling,’ by Soren Kierkegaard. This is my first systematic study of Kierkegaard.
I’ll attempt to post updates, thoughts, critiques, etc of both studies. Any insights, arguments, anything of that sort on either project are more than welcome, as always.