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The Fallacy of Subjectivism

This post has been a long time coming, but certainly not because the content is especially difficult to talk about or refute.  Subjectivism is such a manifestly silly a theory of meta-ethics that I believe it would be more accurately referred to as a  1,656 more words


Subjective Nature Versus Ego-Driven

Subjective decisions are always based on unique knowledge about what is best for oneself and in that sense it is related to the ego, naturally. But there is a duality to the human nature. 72 more words

Divine Economy Theory

Relative and subjective, pot and kettle

There are a few things that seem to be jumbled together in people’s minds – including my own – on the subject of morality. I’ll try to tease apart the relationships here, both to develop a more coherent picture myself and to communicate that perspective for others to inspect and critique. 978 more words


The Importance of Philosophy

Philosophy is the most useful and valuable activity anyone can engage in. Now this may seem to be a bit proposterous given the current propaganda spread concerning philosophy but it is true. 327 more words


Personal Relationship With Christ

“As for having a ‘personal relationship’ with Christ, if the phrase means something more than assenting to true propositions about Jesus, what is that something more? 159 more words

Gordon Clark

How to "Know" People: An Introduction to Chaos Social Theory

All of life is chaos. One large act of chaos. We are born into a war that rages on endlessly and meaninglessly. We look for meaning at the mess that we are born into; we seek to find patterns and attempt to make sense of all that comes our way. 1,142 more words