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We Do Have Free Will

Free will is often denied. People argue free will is incompatible with determinism, because we cannot make decision freely and independent of a precedent cause. However, I argue, free will exists and is entirely compatible with determinism.

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WHY PETERSON IS WRONG

Jordan Peterson argues that, if we are to understand national socialism, we must do it from the psychological level; however, his doing so seems to presuppose something wrong. That is, he assumes causation is discipline dependent. I believe this is wrong.

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Science Is Philosophy

Philosophy and science, though they differ in the domain of experiments, are nevertheless the same; science requires epistemology, ontology, and ethics as much as any other discipline. This is because all knowledge stems from the same place: consciousness.

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Consciousness Is Objective

The nature of consciousness seems to depend neither on someone’s point of view nor experience; and therefore, consciousness must necessarily be that which we call objective. It cannot characterize anything else within experience and is likewise a predicate rooted within all forms of experience.

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Sam Harris, Science, and Morality

Despite the common notion that science cannot answer moral questions, I here layout a view wherein which morality can be come a science, particularly one which adopts precisely the same methods as those found in science. That is, we can have a scientific morality.

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Religion Is Better For Society

Religion is better for society because it promotes notions of good and evil in an understandable fashion. Secular ethics, though possible, seems to have too high of an IQ requirement as of now; for example, the average IQ of a university philosophy graduate is 129. Therefore, religious ethics are far better for society, as of current.

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Why Are Ethics Important?

Ethics and Morality are incredibly important for the functioning of society. Without ethics, we would have a lot of problems within society which would be unsolvable. For example, our society would be devoid of good or bad, and, as a result of no good or bad, we would have no moral directions. Ethics are necessary for society.

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Absolute Truth is MEANINGLESS

There a few theories that attempt to answer: “what is truth?”. As far as I can tell, all of these theories, in some way, depend either on the correspondence theory of truth or a notion of absolute truth. These notions are incoherent. I instead argue for a pragmatic view of Truth.

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