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The True Moral Theory: Comparison and Analysis

Alright, this is going to be very long. Like, extremely long. It’s about 9500 words worth of long. I’m going to post it all at once simply as a useful reference to all of those philosophers out there that use … Continue reading

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Euthyphro: Evaluation and Implications for Divine Command Theory

In Euthyphro,Socrates and Euthyphro, a self-proclaimed pious man, debate the question of whether an act is pious because it is loved by the gods (theory A), or if the gods love certain acts because they are pious (theory B). Supposing … Continue reading

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Happiness v. Virtue: A Quote by Henry Sidgwick

It’s been a week since my last post, and I apologize. In fact, my last post wasn’t that great. It was a drunk and delirious tirade that didn’t deserve to stay up, so I shit canned it. Needless to say … Continue reading

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Divine Command Theory

I just read the most maddening, illogical, and vapid attempt at a legitimate treatment on the source of moral action. It is by a theist nit-wit named Janine Marie Idziak. I won’t go into all of the reasons why it … Continue reading

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