Category Archives: philosophy

Human Foundations: Part 1 – There are no natural rights

Most people prescribe to some preternatural dictum outlining some measure of the virtuosity of actions and thoughts, be it natural or divine.  Christianity’s 10 commandments spring to mind as examples of behavioural guidelines, while claims of natural, “inalienable rights” like … Continue reading

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Is it illegal if you don’t get caught?

I had the “Is it illegal if you don’t get caught” with a friend over a year ago, and our tempers flared enough that the discussion eventually had to come to an end. I will reprise my argument here and … Continue reading

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