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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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Science and ethics (part 2): is there any space for Philosophy?

Where I give my definition(s) of philosophy and explain why it will never die, even when it actively strives to make itself redundant. I’ve been trying to be as rigours and linear as possible, and for some reason I was

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Posted in Ethics, Evolutionary Psychology, Philosophy, Science

A response to Marwa, on Dawkins tweets

This post is a direct response to the most thoughtful reaction I’ve read on the much debated Dawkins Tweets about Islam (and Nobel prizes). It is a difficult post to write, on so many levels, but want to reply for

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