Category Archives: philosophy

Rationality Rules Debunks a Strawman, I Debunk Matt Slick

Another day, another video by Stephen Woodford video to criticize. In the case of Matt Slick’s Transcendental Argument – Debunked, Woodford has made things easy. He begins by restating Slick’s argument: If there are only two possible options and one … Continue reading

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Global Warming: Crisis? What Crisis?

As reported by the CBC, Moody’s analytics has just published a report on The Economic Implications of Climate Change. The CBC’s article focuses on the finding that global warming will actually improve Canada’s economy and, to a less degree, the … Continue reading

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Gynocentric Rabbi Bemoans Modern Men

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, writing in the Huffington Post, asks the rhetorical question Where Have All The Gentleman Gone? I’m going to comment on his answers to the question. In Ireland last week, in front of hundreds of students at University College Dublin, … Continue reading

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Sorry, CTV, Bernier is Right on Climate Change

CTV published a video of Maxime Bernier’s Toronto launch of the new People’s Party in Ontario under the sensationalist title “Maxime Bernier: ‘There is no climate change urgency in this country’“. What does Bernier actually have to stay? I’m going … Continue reading

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Did Stephen Woodford Debunk UPB?

Stephen Woodford of Rationality Rules claims to debunk Stefan Molyneux’s theory of universally preferable behavior in his video Universally Preferable Behaviour – Debunked (Stefan Molyneux Refuted). He does a good job disassembling Molyneux’s proofs that UPB is correct, but then … Continue reading

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The Guardian Smears Jordan Peterson

Smear pieces are nothing new for Jordan Peterson. For example, see MacLean’s is the Stupid Man’s Stupid Magazine. Now the Guardian asks How dangerous is Jordan B Peterson, the rightwing professor who ‘hit a hornets’ nest’? Ooh, he’s ‘rightwing’ and ‘dangerous’. … Continue reading

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The Non Aggression Principle

The non aggression principle (or NAP) is one of the foundational principles of libertarianism, the school of social thought that I believe to be the best starting point from which to live your own life and for all of us … Continue reading

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