Flesh out and refine your ideas here. Subject your logic and prose to peer review and feedback. The emphasis here is constructive criticism . . . NOT debate. You should end up with a piece you can publish with confidence.
Over on Facebook, a Christian, named Shawn, attempted to challenge my atheism. He said: "The way I look at it you have a 50/50 chance of being right. So what happens if you are wrong? I will even ask…Continue
What follows completely replaces the original discussion post.I wrote a blog post, a few months back, that wondered if nature's prime directive (survival) could be used as the basis for morality.…Continue
12 February 1809 is very remarkable in that two brilliant men, perhapsthe two most important men of the 19th-century were born on that day.Both men were ahead of their time. The first, as you know,…Continue
N O T E :Before beginning this (rough draft) piece, I'd like to ask readers to contribute examples of dogma and a brief description of their consequences, if…Continue
In atheist forum discussions about free will, determinists overwhelmingly outnumber compatibilists (those who say free will is compatible with determinism).As I'll explain below, what always strikes…Continue
Don't worry. This post will not list and define the many types of logical fallacies that exist. I’m not expert enough for that and I’m too lazy to Google the research necessary. What I hope to do is…Continue