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More Rigorous Ethics: a look at normative societies

This is another post inspired by the remarkable work of Hiba Krisht, “an ex-Muslim, an apostate, an atheist, an escapee from the Middle East” and gifted writer. She talks about the first-hand horrors she experienced, and although her main focus

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Posted in Ethics, New Atheism, Politics, Religion

Life doesn’t come with a user manual (about the title of this blog)

In the IT industry, especially amongst the people who get to provide user support, we have a very useful (and rude!) acronym: RTFM. I admit that I frequently need to ignore the temptation to use this term when answering some

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Posted in Evolutionary Psychology, Premises, Stupidity
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