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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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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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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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Universally Preferable Behaviour in a Nutshell

“Help! I’m in a nutshell! How did I get into this nutshell? Look at the size of this bloody great big nutshell! What sort of shell has a nut like this? This is crazy!” — Austin Powers I’m going to … Continue reading

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