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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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Daily Mail’s Article Supporting Go Topless Day Censors Images

The UK’s Daily Mail has a new story called ‘War is obscene, not my nipples’: Women and men strip for 10th annual Go Topless Day Parade in New York City as they demand the desexualization of female breasts. Like the … 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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