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Entries Tagged as 'Ethics'
October 16th, 2016 1 Comment
July 25th, 2013 1 Comment
In response to my post Peter Singer Human Dignity and Infanticide, Ben Jury offers some astute comments: “I agree with you, that Peter Singer does not motivate his account of ideal desires. However, I think there is a way to motivate it as follows: Marquis objects to Singer’s account because he thinks there is an alternative […]
December 19th, 2012 5 Comments
This is the second half of the paper I presented to the the Evangelical Philosophical Society Annual Meeting in Milwaukee three weeks ago. It is part of a two-part post series; make sure you have read part one Peter Singer on Human Dignity and Infanticide. II. Marquis’ Critique In my previous post I sketched Singer’s desire account […]
November 12th, 2011 77 Comments
Thanks go to Matthew Flannagan for pointing me in the direction of this response to the problem. A while back Professor Randal Rauser issued a blog entitled “Calvinism and the Arbitrary Camp Director” in which he criticised the Calvinist understanding of election. For those of you who are unaware of the Calvinistic understanding of election, […]
Tags: Arminianism · Calvinism · Circular Reasoning · Election · Ethics · Evangelical Christianity · Philosophical Theology · Randal Rauser · Salvation · Soteriology · Supererogation · Systematic theology · Theology
February 16th, 2011 155 Comments
In my last post, Abortion and the Morality of Feticide: Part I, I briefly sketched an argument against feticide,  It is wrong to kill a human being without justification;  A fetus is a human being;  In the case of feticide (at least in the majority of cases) insufficient or no justification is forthcoming. […]