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Statues, The Sorites Paradox & Slippery Slopes

Reading Time: 12 minutes It’s my favourite philosophical thought experiment. There is a reason that I find the Sorites Paradox compelling, insightful and very important: it is everywhere and has ramifications right across the board. I’ll get onto it later. In my opinion, it goes hand in hand with conceptual nominalism – the belief that universals and abstract ideas […]

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Responding to Wilcox #5: When Is a Human a Human Being?

Reading Time: 9 minutes This is the fifth piece in series debating Clinton Wilcox at the Life Training Institute (a pro-life organisation) with the following chronology: JP: Abortion: The Human/Human Being Distinction CW: About the Alleged Human/Human Being Distinction CW: About the Alleged Human/Human Being Distinction, Part 2 JP: Pro-Life Debate: Answering Criticisms on the Human/Human Being Distinction JP: Responding to Wilcox #2: “An […]

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Abortion: The Human/Human Being Distinction

Reading Time: 13 minutes Every abortion kills an innocent human being…. Biology shows that a “ZEF” (Zygote, Embryo, Fetus – the three distinct prenatal developmental stages) is, in fact, a distinct, unique and individual human being…. The issue at hand is when we are considered human beings. That question can be answered by biology… -Mark Bradshaw The question remains, though, […]

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On Gun Control and the Second Amendment

Reading Time: 4 minutes The way I like to spend my downtime relaxing is to have endless debates on Facebook. In this case, I was debating gun control and regulation last night. I’m going to post some of my thoughts on this to see what you think. I am not going to concern myself with the pragmatic implications of […]

Posted inEthics and Morality, Philosophy

“Morally Benign” Children and Human Sacrifice

Reading Time: 4 minutes Well, extra points for trying to shoehorn in weird blog titles, I guess. So, yesterday I talked about how children are often more “idealistic” and “morally benign”. I will admit that the use of the term “morally benign” was at best nuanced and unexplained, and at worst rushed. The question is, can children even be properly moral? This […]

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On Free Market Economics: Free Market Success Stories

Reading Time: 32 minutes Buckle up, this is another sizeable piece… (my series conclusion is below too, so don’t miss that). In this series looking skeptically at libertarian claims of free market capitalism being the holy grail of all of reality, I have come to the section where I cast a skeptical eye over some of the more common […]

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On Free Market Economics: No True Capitalism

Reading Time: 13 minutes Here is my second post in my series on free market skepticism (here is my first). I will start you off with this comment: However let’s move onto your left-wing economic degenerate lies where you say You then hit out with this garbage in response to me stating that free markets have never failed; “That’s because you […]

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