Thursday, January 31, 2008

Sexual Revolution at Princeton?

Kairos Journal reports on a "New Sexual Revolution at Princeton," being spearheaded by the Anscombe Society. This student-led movement takes its name from G. E. M. (Gertrude Elizabeth Margaret) Anscombe, at twentieth century Christian philosophe at Cambridge "who argued on philosophical grounds that 'there just is no such thing as a casual, non-significant, sexual act' because sex is inextricably tied to 'the transmission of human life.'"

Does this mean that the libertine bloom is off the ivy?

4 comments:

SS&SG said...

Wow! Who would have ever thought that there is no such thing as a non-significant sex act! Secularism is absolutly rediculous. It has no foundation to make morality intelligible.

Strong Tower said...

ta- Did you mean libertine, and not libertarian?

Neat article!

Tom said...

Strong tower:

Yes I did. Thanks!

ta

Adam Winters said...

Interesting...