In a previous article, I laid out a framework for how one to understand the concept of an objective morality, as well as suggesting a strategy for adequately defining its boundaries and inferring principles therefore. Though this may work as a starting point, however, there's still much left to be considered and discussed to even … Continue reading The Importance of Epistemology in Devising An Objective Morality
The nature of philosophy - the pursuit of truth and wisdom - has persisted long throughout human history. Ancient Greeks, Romans, and Chinese philosophers may have been among the first to document their findings, at least in writing that has remained extant over the millennia, but most likely it has been going on for far … Continue reading Why Study Philosophy?
Questions concerning morality and ethics have been pondered on since the dawn of consciousness. The ability to make our own decisions have brought along responsibility for us to distinguish between right and wrong, and most of us have some degree of conscience to remind us of our principles in circumstances with difficult choices. Conscience can, … Continue reading Dismantling Moral Relativism: The Meaning of Objective Morality and What it Means for the Credibility of Government Law
A common mischaracterization of the libertarian position is that it is either indifferent to or supportive of all kinds of unethical activities conducted by businesses and individuals in the private sphere. Although this appears to be more of an attempt to stigmatize libertarianism than to carefully assess it, it's true that its proponents exert far … Continue reading On Criticising Private Businesses and the State
Why are Libertarians so obsessed with liberty? Many foreign to the philosophical basis for Libertarianism may wonder what exactly makes them think of liberty as so special and unique in comparison to all the other standards one can use as the fundamental basis for one's ethics, such as fairness, justice or equality. Why should liberty be … Continue reading Why is Liberty the Noblest of All Values?