Tag Archives: Morality

Bill Meacham :
IDEAS | The anti-realist vegetarian

Once you realize the socially constructed nature of morality, you get to choose whether or not to buy into it. By Bill Meacham | The Rag Blog | August 25, 2015 I venture to guess that most people are moral … finish reading Bill Meacham :
IDEAS | The anti-realist vegetarian

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Robert Jensen : Expanding the Dead-End Debate over Abortion

Editorial cartoon by Dick Wright / Columbus Dispatch. Image from Lukas Mikelionis.  Expanding the dead-end debate over abortion Rather than settling for simplistic answers or ignoring the question, we can recognize the confusion many of us feel in the face … finish reading Robert Jensen : Expanding the Dead-End Debate over Abortion

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IDEAS / Bill Meacham : Imagine There’s No Morality

Art from Duck Soup. Imagine there’s no morality The philosophical question becomes an empirical one: what enables us to flourish? By Bill Meacham | The Rag Blog | May 30, 2013 Bill Meacham will discuss issues raised in his new … finish reading IDEAS / Bill Meacham : Imagine There’s No Morality

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BOOKS / Bill Meacham : Sam Harris’ ‘The Moral Landscape’

The Moral Landscape:Science and human values Harris is on to something very important here: that careful observation of what actually works has a great deal to tell us about what is good and valuable. By Bill Meacham | The Rag … finish reading BOOKS / Bill Meacham : Sam Harris’ ‘The Moral Landscape’

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