Almost Heresy

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Like I mentioned briefly in my last post, there is a difference between morals and ethics. Morals, on the one hand, have to do with … Continue Reading

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I’ve been wanting to sketch out my model of morals and ethics for some time now, but it’s such a big undertaking that I’ve been … Continue Reading

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Today’s guest post comes to us from Tyler Scherr, Ph.D., who I met when I was a wide-eyed and naive college freshman and he was … Continue Reading

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So there’s this idea that I’ve been kicking around in my mind for awhile now. It’s sort of a nerdy, egghead-ish thing. But it interests … Continue Reading

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I have small children, so the other day I was watching the movie Kung Fu Panda. Okay, who am I kidding? I would watch King … Continue Reading

Awhile back I wrote a post called How to “Win” an Online Debate, where I outlined a few things to keep in mind when engaging others … Continue Reading

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If you haven’t had the chance yet, I’d recommend catching up on the earlier posts in this series.

This post concludes our current series critiquing the … Continue Reading

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If you haven’t had the chance yet, I’d recommend catching up on the earlier posts in this series before reading this one.

We are now on … Continue Reading

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If you haven’t had the chance yet, I’d recommend catching up on the earlier posts in this series before reading this one.

Once upon a time, … Continue Reading

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Hint: read parts one and two (and maybe the introduction) in this series first.

We are now on the third bullet point in the T.U.L.I.P. acronym, which … Continue Reading