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Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #1: What is Moral Relativism? By Tucker Lieberman
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The term "moral relativism" is used in various philosophical debates. Is morality dictated by people or by God? How should we treat people who disagree with us? The authors of Issue 1 of... More > Moral Relativism Magazine explore these issues through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the first half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella; the second half will be published in a subsequent issue.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #5 By Tucker Lieberman
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Honesty is a virtue, but is it ever acceptable — or even obligatory — to lie? And when should we value loyalty, which plays a central role in the moral lives of ordinary people?
Volume 4912, Moosalp --- Moral relativism By Print Wikipedia
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Volume 4912, Moosalp---Moral relativism Print Wikipedia is a both a utilitarian visualization of the largest accumulation of human knowledge and a poetic gesture towards the inhuman scale of big... More > data. Michael Mandberg wrote software that parses the entirety of the English-language Wikipedia database and programmatically lays out nearly 7500 volumes, complete with covers, and then uploads them to Lulu.com for print-on-demand. Print Wikipedia draws attention to the sheer size of the encyclopedia's content and the impossibility of rendering Wikipedia as a material object in fixed form: Once a volume is printed it is already out of date. It is also a work of found poetry built on what is likely the largest appropriation ever made. As we become increasingly more dependent on information and source material on the Internet today, Mandiberg explores the accessibility of its vastness.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #4: Marriage and Divorce By Tucker Lieberman
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How do the legal and religious meanings of marriage and divorce affect our relationships and our beliefs? The authors of Issue 4 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore this philosophical question... More > through essays, fiction and poetry.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #3: How Not to Be Wrong By Tucker Lieberman
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No one wants to be wrong -- not factually, not morally. But how can we detect error? What are the benefits of recognizing error? The authors of Issue 3 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore this... More > philosophical question through essays, fiction and poetry.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #2: Digging for Secular Answers By Tucker Lieberman
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Is it possible that atheists are good only by accident and that the only coherent moral philosophy belongs to the theist? The authors of Issue 2 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore secular... More > justifications of ethics through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the second half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella.< Less
Moral Relativism Magazine, Issue #2: Digging for Secular Answers By Tucker Lieberman
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Is it possible that atheists are good only by accident and that the only coherent moral philosophy belongs to the theist? The authors of Issue 2 of Moral Relativism Magazine explore secular... More > justifications of ethics through essays, fiction and poetry. Includes the second half of Piotr Wesolowski's novella.< Less
Postmodern Skepticism, Relativism, and Religious Toleration in the Light of the Westminster Standards and the Thought of George Gillespie By Steven Dilday
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In this postmodern context, philosophical skepticism and relativism continue to make ever deeper inroads into the Western psyche. "How can one know what is real?" And, if one cannot be... More > sure that the human mind is in contact with reality (skepticism), then one’s worldview is little more than a personal preference (relativism). Almost any perspective (religious or otherwise) is tolerated provided that there be no assertion of objective truth and no attempt to impose it on others. The scope of the present essay is to shed old light on the present darkness. Skepticism and relativism are not new problems for Christian thinkers. The Second Reformation in England and Scotland is particularly worthy of consideration in this regard, for skepticism, relativism, and the appeal for a relativistic religious toleration were great obstacles to the completion of the reforming work. Indeed, the spiritual weapons forged in that bygone era are still “mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds.”< Less
Le commerce et le gouvernement considérés relativement l’un à l’autre By Condillac
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Connu pour son Traité des sensations, Étienne Bonnot de Condillac (1715-1780) est le principal représentant français du courant philosophique de l'empirisme. Mais... More > Condillac est également économiste : c'est en 1776 qu'il publie "Le Commerce et le Gouvernement considérés relativement l'un à l'autre", ouvrage de référence de la pensée économique, à mi-chemin entre les physiocrates et l'école dite classique. C'est seulement quelques mois plus tard, qu'Adam Smith publiera sa désormais célèbre "Enquête sur la nature et les causes de la richesse des nations". La gloire de Smith fit malheureusement de l'ombre à Condillac, alors que le philosophe grenoblois, préfigurant le marginalisme, était comparativement à l'Écossais en avance sur des points cruciaux, notamment sur la théorie de la valeur. Dans cet ouvrage de vulgarisation, Condillac explique comment l'égalité et la prospérité naissent de la liberté et pourquoi l'intervention du gouvernement trouble cet ordre spontané.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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