Tag Archives: nihilism

The Nationalist Today Strikes Back

The Nationalist Today’s article which begged the question Should Men be Forced to Marry? unsurprisingly generated some backlash. They have posted a follow up article. Will they make sense, or double down on their nonsense? About two weeks ago, I wrote … Continue reading

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Is the Non Aggression Principle “True”?

I’ve recently read a lot of criticisms of Stefan Molyneux’s theory of Universally Preferable Behaviour. Most of them appear to be arguments from nihilism. For example, one of his critics proposed the follow (nihilistic) statement of ethics: People should do … Continue reading

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Debunking “UPB – Debunked”

The video Universally Preferable Behavior – Debunked by Josh Cardosi claims to debunk Stefan Molyneux’s theory of UPB. While he makes a solid point about Stefan’s blindness to the fact that his (and my) belief in the value of morals is … 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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Atheism and Free Will

I watched the following video on atheism on The Rubin Report. The description of the video is “An atheist isn’t denying that a god or gods exist, an atheist is just asking evidence for such an incredible claim. All this … Continue reading

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