THOUGHTS ON “MY FIRST ENCOUNTERS WITH ALASDAIR MACINTYRE”
This post brings back the emphasis on intellectual exploration as against personal religious choices. Your interrogations, along with that of Levi and Matthew David Segall, are extremely valuable for those interested in an honest philosophical discourse. In that context, may I add that excluding Sri Aurobindo from your intellectual quest may not be an ideal situation. You may not agree with him but confronting his propositions on an academic level is a necessity. More so, if you are really honest about your urge for finding answers.
I am not trying to convince you but just pointing out a sense of lack which this post doesn’t seem to convey. [TNM55]