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Heath replied to Alyssa's discussion 'Is Morality Relative?'
"Alyssa, Your question wasn't formed very clearly, and judging from the comments, it has generated a lot of confusion over what exactly it is that you are asking (although part of that is necessarily that they don't know what…"
Mar 14, 2012
Heath replied to Unseen's discussion 'Is It Possible To Define So-Called Free Will?'
"I like how you defined free will implicitly by making claims about what "free will believers" believe, then go on to say that free will can't be precisely defined, though this is exactly what you have done when you say that "free…"
Dec 6, 2011
Heath replied to Robert Karp's discussion 'Atheism Semantics'
"Just as there are different understandings of the various world religions, there are different understandings of the position we casually refer to as 'atheism.' The term 'Christianity' is not used to signify any one particular…"
Sep 18, 2011
Heath replied to Unseen's discussion 'Atheists who still hang on to metaphysical thinking'
"  I'm afraid you've been mislead on what the word 'metaphysics' actually means in philosophy. This is unsurprising, as any popular bookstores with a "metaphysics" section does not contain anything even remotely…"
Sep 1, 2011
Heath replied to Unseen's discussion 'Atheists who still hang on to metaphysical thinking'
"  The subject of metaphysics has dealt with the natures of both mind and matter since Aristotle. Insofar as the topics discussed within metaphysical works constitute that subject, metaphysics has dealt with these things long before Aristotle as…"
Sep 1, 2011
Heath replied to Eric Rohn Estes's discussion 'Atheism and mind alteration'
"For all the kids watching at home, this is a perfect example of how not being religious doesn't necessarily preclude you from being a judgmental douchebag who irrationally jumps to conclusions based on insufficient data."
Aug 13, 2011
Heath replied to Michael's discussion 'If you are a non- believer, why be moral when no one is looking?'
"13 pages of comments. Wow. I think the troll is no longer hungry. Please stop feeding it."
Aug 4, 2011
Heath commented on Chris's blog post 'Omniscience is impossible'
"Your argument appears to have a subtle, but major, oversight:There is no reason to think that an omniscient being, who by stipulation KNOWS all true propositions to be true, would deal in POSSIBILITIES. The concept of possibility makes sense for us…"
Jul 11, 2011

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About Me:
In the fall, I begin my Teaching Assistantship at Oklahoma State University, in the Philosophy department. I like playing the drums, reading anything interesting that has to do with science or philosophy. I also enjoy comics, especially the work of Warren Ellis. And I love to argue. About anything. Usually for no reason.
Why are you here?
That's a damn good question... *rubs chin and ponders* Hmmm....
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Why you left your religion.
The multiplicity of religions led me to realize that somebody had to be wrong about their god, and I decided that they all probably were. Study of the philosophy of religion led me to conclude that the entire concept of god doesn't make all that much sense, and study of science led to me to conclude that there really isn't any need to posit god's existence anyway.

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At 11:06pm on January 11, 2009, davesnothome said…
Anyone who can pull their head above the sea of Baptist and Republicans in that blood red state deserves a medal, or something. Welcome to the site, you're now among friends.

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