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The loss of virtue
|Statement||edited by Digby Anderson.|
|Contributions||Anderson, Digby C., Social Affairs Unit.|
|LC Classifications||HN390 .L67 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 258 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||258|
|LC Control Number||92062219|
And I say to you, Whoever puts away his wife for any other cause than the loss of her virtue, and takes another, is a false husband: and he who takes her as his wife . This is appropriate, and not to feel sorrow at the loss of a good – whether my own good or that of another – would be callous and inhumane. Sorrow does, however, raise a distinctive challenge to virtue, insofar as it erodes my ability to endure, and in so doing weakens my engagement in needful activities.
I love this book (!) because Mary Cooney 'gets' motherhood: "Feeling inadequate is a wonderful place to begin!" she says. Drawing on the wisdom of Scripture, the Catechism, the Popes, the Saints, and Church History, and packed full of Mary's own personal experience and story, "Evangelizing Our Children with Joy" is a wonderful combination of the lofty and the practical, and is a treasure trove. It is the virtue which enables us to face difficulties well in the preservation or pursuit of the good. Such difficulties constitute perceived threats to the things that we care about, arousing what the 12&12 describes as our fear of losing or failing to get them. The threat may be of physical injury or the loss .
Our nation has suffered a loss of virtue and honor that threatens our freedom with the decision of the United States Supreme Court this past Friday attempting to redefine marriage to include same-sex relationships. It was an “attempt” because the State has no moral authority to . Some people appear suddenly to sense the loss of this virtue like the aching of a phantom limb. Next I ask my interviewees whom they think could use greatness of soul today. Many mention our leaders in government, business or the media, and complain that these leaders have become nothing more than trolls who draw us into a downward spiral.
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The Loss of Virtue: Moral Confusion & Social Disorder in Britain & America Hardcover – January 1, by Digby C. Anderson (Editor)2/5(1).
The Loss of Virtue: Moral Confusion and Social Disorder in Britain and America by Digby Anderson and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book begins with a brief recapitulation of what was discussed in No Place and Wasteland before descending into his main thesis: the loss of virtue in our postmodern culture.
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Although it is impossible to reduce the arguments in this book down to a concise soundbyte, in the prologue to this new edition he does provides some kind of summing-up by way of his critique of liberalism: (deep breath) " the best type of human life, that in which the virtues is most adequately embodied, is lived by those engaged in constructing and sustaining forms of community directed Cited by: The Lack of Virtue as Portrayed in Harper Lee’s Book, To Kill a Mockingbird Loss of Innocence In a coming of age story, a bildungsroman, a character must go through a loss of innocence which forces them to realize that the world is not the utopia they believe it to be.
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Therefore virtue comes after loss of the Way; humanity comes after loss of virtue, duty comes after loss of humanity, courtesy comes after loss of duty. Manners mean loyalty and trust are thin, and disarray’s beginning. Foresight is a flower of the Way, and the beginning of ignorance too.
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