Must We Be Able to Reason to Be Thought of as Human Persons?
A common argument as to why abortion is generally ethical is that the unborn child cannot reason.
Darwinism as Hegelian Dialectics Applied to Biology
Nineteenth-century Darwinism was much more than a revolutionary scientific theory.
Aquinas’ Fourth Way: Light in a Mirror
It’s helpful, as with his Third Way, to begin with a metaphor, in order to get an intuitive feel for the proof.
Aquinas’ Third Way: An Analogy to Moonlight
Imagine that you are an astronomer on a world with one moon. It is always night on your world, and the moon is the only body in the sky.
Aquinas’ First Way and a Stack of Books
Nature is like a stack of books, sessile, until moved.