A Moral Argument IV: Subjective Explanatory Ultimates

In Part 1, I introduced an argument based on objective moral values and duties. First, we clarified some terminology. Then, in Part 2 and Part 3, we concluded that objective moral values and duties do actually exist. That is to say, there exists morality that is independent of human thought. We ended by asking, "What are … Continue reading A Moral Argument IV: Subjective Explanatory Ultimates

The Dangers of Fundamentalism

Is fundamentalism dangerous? Most people seem to think so. Of course, before we can answer that question we must ask a different one. What is fundamentalism? On the built in dictionary on my computer, fundamentalism, as it pertains to any religious claim, is defined as follows: fundamentalism |ˌfəndəˈmen(t)lˌizəm| noun a form of a religion, especially Islam or Protestant Christianity, that upholds belief in the strict, literal interpretation of … Continue reading The Dangers of Fundamentalism