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Lincoln Riley to USC

Pharm Frog

Full Member
So chanting scheiss the Mormons would be in bad taste?

I don't know....I suppose it's not aligned with Trojan values but I don't know if those values are always in good taste. That said, I'd suggest if you've got hundreds of people chanting that (as was reported) it probably does align with your values.
 

Tim Griffin

Active Member
I’m having trouble seeing what this has to do with today’s SJWs whose governing philosophy is an amalgam of postmodernism and Marxism.
lot of water has gone under the bridge since the first century. U raise a good point. Any Christian social philosophy cannot ignore Marx. He may have been a third rate economist, but he was a first rate philosopher. He pointed out the class structure of capitalism. His solutions weren't so hot, but his analysis was spot on. Also cannot reject the Enlightenment, which post modernism tends to do. I like Paul Tillich's "Religious Socialism.," formulated in Germany after WWI. Problem was, very few understood what he meant. He was neither formulating a new political party nor a new religion, but was trying to unite those who saw in the political vacuum of post war Germany around a vision of society guide by what he called "Ultimate Concern." This is prolly more than u asked for. But this solutions have to be addressed historically, and I appreciate your raising the question. Tillich was the first German professor fired because he protested what was happening to the Jews in Germany in the 1930s. Great man. He later immigrated to the U. S. Taught at Union Theological Seminary, Harvard and the U. of Chicago, where I met him.
 

Sebastian S

Active Member
Can't get a really good gauge on Riley as a HC

He inherited a program already on top and never really had to face any challenges. It was all there for him to just manage.

Sure, he is a great offensive mind that creates an offense where a QB can really excel(and win heismans)

It will be interesting what he does in Southern Cal where he isn't exactly given the keys to a Ferrari.
 

Peacefrog

Degenerate
Can't get a really good gauge on Riley as a HC

He inherited a program already on top and never really had to face any challenges. It was all there for him to just manage.

Sure, he is a great offensive mind that creates an offense where a QB can really excel(and win heismans)

It will be interesting what he does in Southern Cal where he isn't exactly given the keys to a Ferrari.
Lucky for him he gets $100MM whether he succeeds or not. I hope has an escrow attorney.
 

4 Oaks Frog

Active Member
lot of water has gone under the bridge since the first century. U raise a good point. Any Christian social philosophy cannot ignore Marx. He may have been a third rate economist, but he was a first rate philosopher. He pointed out the class structure of capitalism. His solutions weren't so hot, but his analysis was spot on. Also cannot reject the Enlightenment, which post modernism tends to do. I like Paul Tillich's "Religious Socialism.," formulated in Germany after WWI. Problem was, very few understood what he meant. He was neither formulating a new political party nor a new religion, but was trying to unite those who saw in the political vacuum of post war Germany around a vision of society guide by what he called "Ultimate Concern." This is prolly more than u asked for. But this solutions have to be addressed historically, and I appreciate your raising the question. Tillich was the first German professor fired because he protested what was happening to the Jews in Germany in the 1930s. Great man. He later immigrated to the U. S. Taught at Union Theological Seminary, Harvard and the U. of Chicago, where I met him.
You are right! But, I can sure as scheiss ignore you…
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