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Is Veganism About Morality?

Veganism is almost a religion for some. They evangelize and try to convert others. Like atheists, they are opposed by those who prefer the status quo. I’m going to examine their counter arguments, as compiled in The Complete Anti-Vegan Arguments … Continue reading

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Should We Boycott Hollywood Over Harvey Weinstein?

In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sex scandal, fellow Canadian Stefan Molyneux published a video explaining why he is boycotting Hollywood movies as a matter of conscience. In this post, I’m going to explain why I’m not going to … Continue reading

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The Evolution of Science

In Universally Preferable Behavior: a Rational Proof of Secular Ethics, Stefan Molyneux makes an interesting claim about progress: If we look at the technological and economic progress of mankind, we see more or less a flat line for countless millennia, … Continue reading

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Is It Moral for a Soldier to Kill?

It seems everyone, no matter how rational they are in some areas, has areas of thought that arrive from the id, only to be rationalized by the ego as “fact”. Here’s a quote on religion from Stefan Molyneux’s book Universally … Continue reading

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Stefan Molyneux’s Ethics: Universally Preferable Behaviour

I’ve been reading Stefan Molyneux’s book Universally Preferable Behavior: a Rational Proof of Secular Ethics. While I agree with his ethics, which fit admirably with what I would consider the true ethics of Jesus, and find his discussion of the … Continue reading

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