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Six Essentials of Liberal Democracy

Liberalism evolved very slowly from a society nobody today would call liberal. What we consider the liberal norm today arrived piece by piece, with great difficulty. 1,155 more words

Living Wage

Predestination (Uh Oh!)

Without a doubt, predestination is one of the most argued about doctrine. This is partially due to the fact that predestination seems to challenge a key concept that most people deem necessary for moral responsibility, namely the principle of alternate possibilities (PAP). 136 more words


Untangling ethical concepts: Part 2

This week I continue to introduce some of the key concepts in moral philosophy and try to apply them to ethical consumption to make a better sense of it. 830 more words

Ethical Food Consumption

Morally Responsible

“I am free because I know that I alone am morally responsible for everything I do.”

–Robert A. Heinlein

American Crisis

How work can compromise our ethics

Before we enter the work place, we are never warned that the work can deform us ethically. We hear about accidents, sexual harassment, or even fraud, but how many of us are warned about the way that work can deform us ethically? 2,057 more words



I think about my mother some times and the lessons she taught her children, the values she sought to instill.

An understanding that the world didn’t evolve around us and even as children there were responsibilities to assume regardless of how minor they might be considering age as a facto… 685 more words