Humpty Dumpty

Reading traditional Catholics is an interesting experience for me. I often agree with their analysis of what has gone wrong and how it went wrong. But I find their remedy implausible: Humpty Dumpty had a great fall, and all the king's horses, and all the king's men, can't put Humpty together again.


  1. What remedy are you referring to, Gene?

  2. Knowing that the point is to change the world, as Marks suggested us, could you please give us a hint about what you consider a plausible remedy?

    It is particularly interesting, as accepting the analysis of what has gone wrong usually implies agreement about what really *is* wrong and, in consequence, what is good - or the agreement is on some less-than-core level.

    1. Well, if you mean Marx, no, he was wrong about "the point" and the horror show of Marxism in the 20th century shows it is often best to leave things alone!