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MMGM Interview & Giveaway: DON'T VOTE FOR ME by Krista Van Dolzer

Hey, my second MMGM in less than a month and two giveaways in a row! I’m on a roll! Really, though, I’ve just been reading some amazing books lately. 1,013 more words


You might have the wrong premise

If you believe human rights are a reality, then it makes much more sense that God exists than that he does not. If you insist on a secular view of the world and yet you continue to pronounce some things right and some things wrong, then I hope you see the deep disharmony between the world your intellect has devised and the real world (and God) that your heart knows exists. 41 more words


Philosophy With Argument

Some claim that the philosophy is just the practice of making and assessing arguments. I deny this claim, as evidenced in my earlier post, “Philosophy Without Argument.” Nonetheless, argumentation is an important, probably essential, component of philosophy. 1,817 more words


Premises and Truth

We were created with minds. Brilliant minds. Developed, educated minds. When listening to arguments, it’s probably best to consider the premise of each side of the debate. 59 more words


Abortion Debate Premise

The first question we should be asking that is our foundation when entering a debate on abortion is not whether life has value, or who decides that value. 47 more words



Allocation Exhausted – The words you usually see when trying to book tickets for a concert about 8 seconds after they’ve initially gone on sale. 74 more words


About One Punch and Combinations In Films

Welcome folks for another quick post, as my mind is spread thin between work, back to school adjustments and of course plotting 460 more words
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