Category Archives: Natural Law and Divine Command

Natural law, divine command and Euthyphro’s dilemma resolved

…using Hume’s is-ought distinction’s mirror concept, the ought-is distinction***. Euthyphro’s dilemma:  “Is the pious loved by the gods because it is pious?  Or is it pious because it is loved by the gods?”  This can be reworded to read “Is … Continue reading

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Moral realism and our rights and liberties, part 1

If civil rights and liberties matter to you, then moral realism matters to you.  If moral realism is not true, civil rights and liberties do not truly exist and social justice is a myth (as is the meaning of life and … Continue reading

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