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Social Justice and the American Prophet

The issue of social justice remains the hottest topic I’ve ever written about on this blog. My essay, “On the Difference between Seeking Justice and Doing Justice,” written two years ago, still receives more hits per week than any other essay. 741 more words

Should non-human animals be included in the scope of social justice?

Social justice always relates to morality, and theories of social justice can generally be understood as considerations of the best possible practical applications of philosophical theories around ethics and morality; the progression of… 2,434 more words

The Internal Struggle Of Wanting To Be A Pacifist, But Not Quite Being There Yet...

I have always been a radical person. I do and say extreme things– often to my detriment. There is one thing however that I have failed to be radical in, and that is my walk with Christ. 2,070 more words

What Must Be Sacrificed?

My friend and colleague, Thomas L. Kessler, has written a piece as a guest contributor to my blog.  This post marks the first time I have invited another individual to offer remarks and commentary concerning contemporary ethical matters.  1,503 more words

Social Ethics

CARL SZANTYR SCAMS / FRAUDS

CARL SZANTYR AND HIS FRAUDS WILL SOON BE RELEASED ON A BOOK CALLED «THE FRENCH MADOFF.»

The story is relatively imminent from the worst nightmare one could ever imagine. 1,714 more words

Brigitte Gineste

Of Race and Men

Since Heather Heyer was run down and murdered by a racist while she was protesting Nazis in Charlottesville, Virginia, there have been more offenses to decency and democracy. 1,254 more words

Christianity

On Queer Forgiveness

“On Queer Forgiveness,” the paper that I recently presented at “The Ethics of Apology” conference, held at the Centre for Ethics, University of Toronto, October 20, 2017, is now available at the online, open-access journal C4E: Perspectives on Ethics.

Continental Philosophy