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Princeton’s Robert P. George on the Reasons Why Most Evangelicals support President Trump

Whatever one thinks of Donald Trump (and my own views about the President's delinquencies are well known) surely it's…

Posted by Robert P. George on Friday, December 27, 2019

Judge in UK rules that those who oppose transgenderism are ‘not worthy of respect in a democratic society”

THE GUARDIAN: JK Rowling in row over court ruling on transgender issues

Robert P. George on Transgenderism:

“I have a friend who thinks that my critique of transgenderism misfires because I use the words “man” and “woman” (and “male” and “female”) to refer to biological facts, while believers in transgenderism use those words to refer to something else, namely, “one’s inner sense of gender.” For reasons I and others (e.g. Ryan Anderson, Paul McHugh) have set forth in various writings, I think no coherent account can be given of what the alleged reality (“gender”) is that people are supposed to have some sort of “inner sense” of. So Lincoln’s famous story applies: “If we call a tail a leg, how many legs does a dog have? The answer is four. That’s because a tail is a tail, not a leg, no matter what you call it.”

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