In a rare rebuttal to animal rights ideology, Philosophy Today has published a piece by Rhys Southan, apparently a reformed animal rights believer.
Words lose their meaning. Definitions are blurred. Nothing can really be discussed.
"Safeguard yourself" if it means pushing people out of the lifeboat on the Titanic?
Delving into physics and metaphysics, Sproul and Mathison argue that chance is not an explanation of anything.
The only real motivation for holding to MN is to keep the bad guys at bay, as an all-purpose "Press Button in Case of Emergency" defeater for ideas like intelligent design.