How often do we miss perceiving the humanity of others around us, instead opting to distract ourselves with the fleeting and the ephemeral?
I hope you all have a joyful, happy Christmas this weekend, full of the love of family and friends. If you or your loved ones are travelling, I offer my prayers and hopes that...
The Catholic Bytes podcast recently took a look at the theological virtue of Justice, and there’s more than a bit of their analysis that can be related to the same Ultima Virtue.
What is it about being human? And, more importantly, how should we respond — as humans — to other humans, simply by virtue of the fact that they’re human?
From a spiritual standpoint, progress can be a great thing; we should hope our spiritual journey moves us toward a telos, an ultimate end. But in other senses, progress doesn’t always mean that.
How do you live out the ideal of Spirituality? It might be better to ask, first, how you live in relation to — and in relationship with — others.
It’s the difference between looking at constellations in an app, and looking at a sky full of stars.
Gallara Dragon joins us to discuss the latest news about the Ultima Dragons 25th anniversary bash. And then a bunch of us disucss random things.
No, not origins in the sense of science. Rather, in the sense of people. And philosophy.
As we continue the discussion with Chlorthos Dragon, we discuss the need for parents to be able to show empathy. Also something about Forge of Virtue’s Test of Love.
Ultima doesn’t adequately represent all of the opposition that exists to each Virtue. Not that it handles anti-virtue badly…it just handles it incompletely.
The printed versions of the board games that my Beaver Scouts designed arrived last Friday.
In which we take a look at the origins of the Eight Virtues of Ultima lore, and discuss the intersection of virtue and law.
The Ultima series depicts love in a very philosophically interesting way, one which is very much in line with real-world ideals of mercy.