Writing here yesterday, I pointed out the problems with materialist metaphysics.
This odious stuff never ends.
Materialists believe that, in the end, we are only so many carbon molecules, signifying nothing.
Suppose I were to place a small diamond just below the surface of the sand in the Sahara Desert, and you were to set out to find it.
In a previous post, I argued that methodological naturalism is a reasonable and neutral working principle limiting everyday science to natural causes.
Whatever its cause, our moral natures do indeed distinguish us from fauna.
How would you explain the evolution of a small set of genes that are expressed for but a few hours when we consist of only 8-16 cells?
The Principle of Plenitude, an idea with a long history, holds that everything that can exist will exist.
Exactly how posthumanism cashes out in contemporary cultural terms is the subject of a detailed study with new polling data by John G. West.
If human life doesn’t have the highest ultimate objective value, there is no way to philosophically defend universal human rights.