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Thomas J Donegan

Thomas J Donegan

Born January 22, 1958 Graduated 1976 Lawrence County Vo-Tech U.S.Navy, 11/76 - 10/82 Cryptologic Technician M-branch Graduated 1989 Slippery Rock University B.S. Mathematics, minors: Philosophy, History U.S. Government 1990 -2001 Various private sector Electrical/Electronics jobs 2001- present
 

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In modern society, most people unconsciously choose to disassociate an individual from their principles/beliefs from what they advocate/choose. Often the most vile/selfish motives are ascribed to those whose personal choices reflect the objective morality (e.g., George W. Bush) which they avow, and its attendant worldview (Christianity), and that ascription is rendered by those that simultaneously evangelize for depravity - e.g., abortion, homosexuality, pedophilia etc., and by those whose morality is conditioned by their interest (e.g., one could say, name your favorite Democrat, or leftist). These evangelists, let’s call them “evangelists of the antichrist,” subscribe to the irrational/subjective world view dominant in the University (a derivative of Kant’s epistemology); one that so subscribes, differs in degree only with their advocacies from histories great tyrants and murders, but not in kind, and that is because the principles an individual, group or culture embrace do in fact circumscribe – absent any impetus to the contrary, their choice. This is what leads Dostoyevsky’s character, Ivan Karamazov utters: “If there is no God, everything is lawful.”

 
 
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