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A Man was told to solve this Moral Dilemma, and He nailed IT!!!

The content of this post was sent to me in an email from a friend, where he mentioned it as a job interview question. As I just learned, this question was (also) posed in the movie  239 more words

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Responsibility as a non-ideal conversational practice in non-ideal social conditions: 3 mediating variables

  1. Introduction: Responsibility as a non-ideal conversational practice 

On one influential school of thought, moral responsibility is an interpersonal practice in which someone deploys the reactive attitudes of blame, resentment, approbation, forgiveness, and so on, to another person (P. 6,013 more words

an unreliable truth

As our country’s elections unfolded recently I witnessed vitriolic glee as one side attacked the other genuinely believing their position to be right and true. It got me wondering how such opposing ideologies can simultaneously exist? 600 more words
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Do We Have Free Will?

There is an assumption amongst some Reformed people that free will is a completely unbiblical concept.  This may be owing to the fact that often we only hear about free will in the context of Arminianism.  1,376 more words

Confessions

Responsibilities (moral, epistemic, practical), and why they matter (relational equality).

There are various kinds of responsibility identified in the philosophical literature. These include moral responsibility (e.g., Strawson, Wolf, Fischer), epistemic responsibility (e.g., Fricker, Medina), and responsibility as a kind of self-efficacy (e.g., Waller). 1,961 more words

Seek professional help for finding missing people in quick time

A missing family member or friend is a big deal and such time calls for quick action in order to find them. While seeking the help of police is a viable option, another good choice is hiring missing persons investigators. 256 more words

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Charlottesville and the responsibilities of political actors: A resistance model of responsibility

Written as an ally.

The Charlottesville white supremacy rally

In response to the white supremacy rally in Charlottesville yesterday, Donald Trump stated that he condemned the “hatred, bigotry, and violence on many sides” – which is just the kind of tepid and dithering statement that we’ve come to expect from the President. 6,923 more words