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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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The Cut Smears all MRAs as Alt-Right

The Cut is claiming that Men’s-Rights Activism Is the Gateway Drug for the Alt-Right. When I think of men’s rights activists, Karen Straughn comes to mind. She doesn’t strike me as a fan of the white ethnostate. What am I … Continue reading

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Normies are Noticing the Alt Media

The New York Times has an article on the alternative media titled Meet the Renegades of the Intellectual Dark Web. The “normies” are finally starting to notice that there are people who don’t share their groupthink. What does the Times … 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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Gun Control: Vice vs. Conservatives

Note: I’m a Canadian; we don’t have a second amendment right to bear arms. We do have what I consider a fairly sensible compromise: no handguns off the range, no automatic weapons. Vice has an article on The 12 Most … Continue reading

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Sophistry for God: William Lane Craig

I’m going to step back and analyze Willian Lane Craig’s opening statement from his debate with Sam Harris on “Is the Foundation of Morality Natural or Supernatural?”. Again, I’ll summarize his argument, hopefully without too much distortion, commenting as I … 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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