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The Troubadour Online Summit Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Rose Gawarecki
22:32
Good evening everyone!!
Rose Gawarecki
24:16
I should store a drum set in Dale's office
Nancy
26:30
Hello, Rose! I didn’t know you had a drum set!
Rose Gawarecki
26:55
Oh I don't Nancy...but I think it'd be worth it to get one just to store in Dale's office
Nancy
27:04
Too fun!
Joyce Greer
29:35
Hi All!
Nancy
29:46
Hi Joyce—welcome!
David
29:51
ave
Elizabeth
29:52
I would watch bacon-eating.
Nancy
31:44
We lost Dr. Fahey
Linda
32:29
Hi, all! Linda from Falls Church, Virginia.
Nancy
32:37
Make sure you are set to “All panelists and attendees for the comments
Nancy
32:45
Hi Linda—welcome!
venera fazio
33:28
Good evening all
Nancy
33:59
Hello and welcome to all attendees! Put your questions here and we’ll relay them to the speaker
RowenaFenstermacher
34:33
Hi from Millerton, NY!
Bill
35:03
our trees aren't working together. theyre dying
Nancy
35:06
Hello Rowena!
Amy Z
37:18
clap clap clap
Nancy
37:27
The Galactic Society of Gilbert Keith Chesterton and Chesterton Schools Network
Nancy
39:37
John Cuddeback’s book—https://www.amazon.com/True-Friendship-Virtue-Becomes-Happiness/dp/0974074403/ref=sr_1_1?crid=MOZVZ80L1TLQ&dchild=1&keywords=john+cuddeback&qid=1597795704&sprefix=john+cuddeback%2Caps%2C178&sr=8-1
Amy Z
39:44
is Chris going to do a drum solo? I would like to make a request
Nancy
40:19
Check is just storing these drums for some world-famous drummer
Amy Z
40:39
I hope it is Phil Collins
Rose Gawarecki
42:20
Chris said if Dale rambles on too long he will start to play the drums to interrupt
John Hissong
43:19
Nancy, thanks for the switch to speaker view; much better for seeing.
Nancy
43:38
Hi John!
Jason
44:05
Hello John!
John Hissong
44:21
Hi all from Cleveland.
Jon Wright
46:44
Cheers?
Nancy
47:52
The home as the magnet
Tad Pfeifer
48:22
Home as the magnet...I like that Nancy!
Nancy
48:49
Wonderful!
venera fazio
49:22
excellent talk
David
49:44
$5 says Chesterton will be invoked
Elizabeth
50:53
It's a Catholic Answer.
High School LC 3
55:41
I see technology pulling kids minds away even if they are away from technology —almost an addiction response
Bill
56:32
Is it intentional?
John Kamprath
57:18
When Mr. Spock returned to the 1980’s San Francisco, he remarked, “Admiral, the late 20th Century Earth has yet to enter into the Fusion Age; it is still in the Fission Age.”
High School LC 3
57:26
…and we see the lifelessness in things
High School LC 3
58:51
But it’s inward on itself
High School LC 3
59:05
You have to be in the cross to break out
High School LC 3
59:28
Eating its own tail
Nancy
59:36
I think John was more meaning local rather than national, etc.
John Hissong
01:00:25
I’m reminded of the motto of the Carthusians: “Stat crux, dum orbis volvitur.” “The cross stands still, while the world turns.”
Stacie
01:00:27
You have to carry your cross to reach out
High School LC 3
01:01:14
It is the freedom of being centered on the cross that gkc is referring to. The freedom to break out. The other is a snake that eats itself.
Nancy
01:01:15
Our cross bearing invites the Simons into our lives as helpers and friends
Linda
01:01:24
The motto of the Carthusians is very profound.
David
01:01:33
love the Carthusians
John Hissong
01:02:19
I’m not sure that humans are spatial, so much as our Western Greek culture is spatial. Biblical Hebrew culture is more aural than visual, more temporal than spatial.
Elizabeth
01:05:10
I love Finnish polka!
High School LC 3
01:09:18
Regulation has destroyed the family involvement in business
Stacie
01:09:19
Love that, Nancy.
Jeff Beyer
01:10:59
in the spirit of Mother Theresa
High School LC 3
01:11:04
Great advice right now we feel powerless
Nancy
01:11:17
There’s still an ideal of the family to look towards, if you believe in ideals
High School LC 3
01:12:49
This is a BIG question
Tyler
01:13:54
Question for Dr. Cuddebank: practically speaking, how does the society encourage virtue by its legislation?
David
01:14:00
Where do/can we bachelors figure in the scheme of things?
Tyler
01:14:25
Great question, @David!
Elizabeth
01:14:29
Just like FInnish polka!
Tad Pfeifer
01:14:38
I just have to express my appreciation for this community, as much as it provides a model and a feeling of camaraderie. I hope to be able to join the Prairie Troubadour Symposium in 2021.
Lisa Street
01:16:28
Precise thinking is so uncommon, but should be common sense.
David
01:16:30
etymology: "virtue" = "manliness"
John Kamprath
01:16:57
Transgenderism is a flight from virtue.
High School LC 3
01:17:04
CSLewis has a great commentary on this ‘Christian Marriage’
Nancy
01:17:08
Yes, but man in the meaning of human, right, David?
Bob Roesser
01:17:11
Masculinity is not accidental!
David
01:17:30
Not in the original
David
01:17:47
Latin has a synonym for women
RowenaFenstermacher
01:18:08
Vir in Latin means “man, hero, husband."
David
01:18:20
Yes
High School LC 3
01:18:30
interesting
RowenaFenstermacher
01:18:39
Virtus in Latin means “the qualities of a good man.”
patriciareyes
01:18:53
Accidental is a special meaning - not like it just happened by “accident” - hopefully John can explain this better
Nancy
01:18:57
But virtue is a goal of all humans
David
01:19:14
Yes, in our broader sense of the word
Bob Roesser
01:19:48
Masculinity is not accidental! It is part of a male's identity.
Linda
01:20:02
Think about the opinion of Greek culture about the female mind. Women were considered so feeble minded that they weren't considered to be credible witnesses to anything.
RowenaFenstermacher
01:21:11
Yes; in the ancient Roman world, characters like Aeneas in Vergil’s Aeneid, demonstrate how to be obedient to god (as he understood), faithful in marriage, and protective of family and order in society.
Bob Roesser
01:21:26
When a woman marries a man, ir is not based on an accident.
David
01:21:31
Or Dante's "virtuous Aeneas"
Bob Roesser
01:22:22
Fatherhood is not based on an accident.
Bob Roesser
01:23:08
I'm a grandfather, that is not based on an accident.
Bob Roesser
01:23:41
Masculinity is definitely substantial!
Thomas Moscibroda
01:23:44
I am a father and a man, and I do occasionally feel rather accidental.... :-)
Bob Roesser
01:24:35
John, admit that you are wrong about accidental.
Michael Paul
01:24:36
Some marriages are an accident…
High School LC 3
01:25:05
It doesn't
Bob Roesser
01:25:36
No marriage is accidental.
David
01:25:41
Hobbes and Locke deny it's a question
Bob Roesser
01:26:41
If Masculinity is accidental, then what is substantial?
patriciareyes
01:26:59
Thanks…always so informative and helpful in m growth as a person (Patricia)
John Hissong
01:27:45
Another point of view on courage, masculinity and feminity. TR had great physical courage and thrust himself in harm’s way throughout his life. His wife, Edith, showed a different kind, a more feminine kind of courage, in allowing and even encouraging her husband’s efforts. When their sons were thrust into WWI, Edith’s courage in facing their sons’ possible deaths was greater than his. TR couldn’t stand his children being in danger without being there to protect them. He moved heaven and earth to join the war, but Wilson refused him. When his son Quentin was killed in France it destroyed him. He died within a few months of learning of Quentin’s death; he didn’t have the courage to go on living.
venera fazio
01:27:56
Thank you gentlemen for an enlightening discussion
Joe Langenfeld
01:28:01
Would it be right to say that male and female are substantial but masculinity and femininity are accidental? Is there a distinction there that we cold be missing, Bob?
Bob Roesser
01:28:06
Mr Cuddeback, you just gave a basis to argue for same-sex marriage.
Jon Wright
01:28:28
um, no
Laura
01:28:33
No
Laura
01:28:59
Etimology in philosophy is important
Laura
01:29:09
if you missed that you missed the whole talk
patriciareyes
01:29:10
Thanks for the clarification on “accidental”. I believe if attendees listen to John’s explanation again, it will be understandable. (Patricia)
Bob Roesser
01:29:32
If Masculinity is accidental, then it can be eliminated in marriage.
venera fazio
01:29:34
go outside in Nature
RowenaFenstermacher
01:30:22
Thank you!
Bob Roesser
01:30:39
John, you owe us an apology for saying masculinity is not accidental!
Laura
01:30:43
Drumroll please Chris!
Lisa Street
01:30:57
Ooh good topic
Nancy
01:31:43
Thank you all so much for coming and participating. Let’s join back here in September
Angie Wilderman
01:31:57
thank you.
venera fazio
01:32:00
Thank you Nancy
Tad Pfeifer
01:32:03
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! God bless!
Nancy
01:32:18
God bless you all!
Elizabeth
01:32:27
Next time, Finnish polka! It will demonstrate the accidents of dancing.
Michael Paul
01:32:30
is there a link to the talk on smartphones?
Tyler
01:32:32
Great as always. Thank you especially for answering my question!
Regina Peters
01:32:32
Thank you! See you next month!
Lisa
01:32:33
Beautiful lessons to ponder from tonight. So grateful to you all. Now… go hug your family.