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Stephen Woodford Paints Himself Into a Corner

Stephen Woodford of Rationality Rules has a new video out where he discusses “Thoughts on Atheist Cancel Culture”. I’m going to examine the relevant portions. In a recent video, I expressed what I consider to be the three biggest mistakes … Continue reading

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Taking the Atheist Challenge

Though I’m not an atheist (I consider myself a Christian, though not in a strict sense), I’m going to take The Atheist Challenge. 1. If there is NO God, then there is no Measurement or Standard for morality?  Then What … Continue reading

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Morality, Aesthetics, and the Ten Commandments

Reading Stefan Molyneux’s book on secular morality, Universally Preferable Behaviour, brought something into clear focus for me: the difference between a thing being morally wrong and merely aesthetically bad. One of the key finding in Built to Last: Successful Habits … Continue reading

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Do Porn Stars Deserve Respect?

The media is upset as Giuliani slams Stormy Daniels: “I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman”. Is he wrong to say this? [Giuliani] went on to swipe at Daniels’s work in pornography and emphasize … Continue reading

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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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Answering 20 Questions for Atheists

I’m going to answer 20 questions atheists struggle to answer , which were posted on the Christian Medical Comment blog by Peter Saunders. 1.What caused the universe to exist? We don’t know. When I say know, I mean that science doesn’t have an … 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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Twit Suggests Banning Sex Robots via Taxation

The Daily Mail’s article Sex Robot Tax: Government Could Kill Off Cyborgs with ‘10,000% Price Hike’ is so ludicrous, it requires comment, not the least of which is that sex robots are not cyborgs. Sex robot sales should be slapped … Continue reading

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More Disinformation About Sex Robots

It seems like there is a never ending stream of concern (and suppressed moral outrage?) over sex robots. For example, Growing sophistication of sex robots is leading to moral and legal dilemmas, [so called] expert warns. In my opinion, sex … Continue reading

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An Ethical Rebuttal of Libertarianism?

The article “Why I left libertarianism: An ethical critique of a limited ideology” contains what the author,  Will Moyer, specifically calls an ethical rebuttal of the philosophy. I recommend reading the whole article. I’m going to examine only his rebuttal. … Continue reading

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