Tag: philosophy

  • Without


    Emerald towers raise out of the ground/ and fairies sprites and imps abound White smoke rises out of my pipe/ angels and demons appear life-like Wild solemn dances with werewolves under the sun/ chasing prey for miles until the job’s done Prayers for the dead and the living/ hypocrisy smiles like Thanksgiving Images, sounds and […]

  • Should You Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils

    Should You Vote for the Lesser of Two Evils

    (image by Jean-Pierre DalbĂ©ra from Paris, France – Le Penseur d’A. Rodin (MAMC, Strasbourg) I will apply normative ethics to this situation. Normative ethics assumes that there is only one ultimate criterion on which moral conduct can be judged e.g. the “golden rule” i.e. “do unto others as you would have them do unto you.” […]

  • Why I Refuse to Believe in God

    Why I Refuse to Believe in God

    I know this is a taboo subject, but I’ll engage it anyway. I intend this to be an explanation of my thinking, not something designed to persuade anyone else to believe the same. THE PROBLEM OF EVIL My reason for choosing not to believe in God is rooted in this morsel of knowledge from intro […]