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If Pope Francis were to teach that capital punishment is “absolutely” immoral, he would be contradicting the teaching of scripture, the Fathers, and all previous popes, and substituting for it.

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Discussion thread for Fyodor Dostoyevsky's Crime & Punishment study group discussion. Just a summary of my conclusions for which audiobook and translation to use. He wanted to do the Superman thing and transcend good and evil.

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. seventeen short stories, and five translations. Apart from The Karamazov Brothers, his best known works are, Crime and Punishment, The Idiot, The House of.

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This week’s Best Translated Book Award. my eyes seek out genre-in-translation when I peruse and stack books as they arrive. For years now, since well before Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, crime.