Tag Archive for ‘(meta)ethics’
Attributes like “poisonous,” “filthy,” or “wallowing in urine and excrement” sound suspiciously familiar.
Sam Harris’s terrific presentation in Berkeley about how science is the best tool we have at our disposal to alleviate human suffering and advance well-being.
Not for the easily offended.
Indeed there is a hell, and children’s minds are where they built it. A recent video clip from Thunderf00t and a lengthy excerpt from James Joyce.
The rather confrontational style of Pat Condell isn’t for the faint-hearted or feeble-minded. But emotional & offensive doesn’t equal irrational & unreasonable.
I’m neither religulous nor a vegetarian, so why do I refuse to eat pork? Here’s the story.