“It’s my opinion” is not a strong ground on which to take a moral stand.
Bioethicist Jacob M. Appel wants the bioethics movement to educate your children about the policy and personal conundrums that involve medical care and health public policy.
Per the reader’s request, I asked Michael Egnor to “defend the reality of objectively real morals.”
Dr. West details the landscape of the cultural, moral, legal, even medical “landmarks” that have been worn away under the influence of evolutionary thinking.
Witt and Newcombe discuss philosophical materialism, free will, morality, and what it means to be human.