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Moral Accountability and an implicit argument against Naturalism

Suppose that the Atheist responds to any and every moral argument for the existence of God that God is not required in order to purchase the objectivity of moral values or duties. Perhaps the Naturalist would argue that (i) Naturalism … Continue reading

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Moral Imperatives on Divine Command Theory

When Atheists wish to engage in the moral language game they often use the utilitarian standard of pain and pleasure (understood as broadly as possible) as the ontological foundation for moral values. On this approach, a clever enough secular humanist … Continue reading

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