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Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
Philosophically (of economics) speaking, what should the minimum wage be in Canada and the US?...
Business, Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
I just finished watching SalÚ, or the 120 Days of Sodom, and it was easily amongst the top five of the most beautiful films I've ever seen. I use the word "beautiful" because any other superlatives like "great" doesn't seem...
Beauty, Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
Are moral theories subject to the principle of falsifiability? thanks Luca from Italy...
Ethics Show

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Is it possible to have a completely original thought? If not then does that make plagiarism a very good thing? The Koreans and the Japanese have been copying not only science and technology but philosophy and culture from the Chinese...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
Some time ago I came to know about two horrible stories that happened in my city, one leading to the death of a young child, the other about a 12-year old raped by a 16-year old. Of course, events like...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
The Philippines has recently experiences the most devastating storm, Yolanda, in its history. The most affected areas of the country were wiped out and almost all sources of food and water became scarce. Looting became common in those areas. I...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
I am recently disturbed by the claim of George Carlin's about race. He said that we should not be proud of our race or nationality because we did not choose them. It's like being proud of our sex, when we...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
two questions: 1) what is the philosophy point of view about people and their morality who consider themself being very high moral and go to africa to help feeding the hungry but won't consider going to shelters in their own country...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
Is it equally, less, or more immoral for a husband/boyfriend to cheat on his wife/girlfriend than vice versa? Is ethics solely an exercise in logic or is there room for socio-psycho-evolutionary factors?...
Ethics, Sex Show

Question posted on September 30, 2014; no responses
How do we know whether a question is a moral question or not? I think most people would argue that whether to tie one's left shoe or right shoe first in the morning is not a moral question. But when...
Ethics Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
What's the source of the authority that parents commonly have over their children? For example, sayings like "My house, my rules" suggest that children and parents have a kind of agreement: in exchange for the food and shelter which their...
Children, Ethics Show

Question posted on September 18, 2014; 1 response
Is there any way to ultimately resolve, by reason or evidence, the conflict between moral relativism and moral realism? Reading about this issue makes me feel unsure about the real status of morality. Any suggestion would help. ...
Ethics Show

Question posted on August 21, 2014; 1 response
Dear sir/madam I would really appreciate it if you could help me please with finding the name of some books about early concept of the relation of art and morality. what I mean is after Plato and Aristotle to the time...
Art, Ethics Show

Question posted on August 20, 2014; 1 response
During a discussion in the pub the other day my friend suggested that morality -- and the associated concepts of right and wrong, good and bad -- doesn't objectively exist, and that the universe is therefore essentially indifferent and meaningless....
Ethics Show

Question posted on August 7, 2014; 2 responses
Is murder illegal because its wrong? Or is murder wrong because its illegal? ...
Ethics, Law Show

Question posted on July 31, 2014; 1 response
I have just finished Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy, and like so many find the purely wicked Judge Holden the most fascinating character. And there are other wicked characters that fascinate. But pure goodness doesn't seem to make for that...
Ethics, Literature Show

Question posted on July 31, 2014; 2 responses
Is adultery really immoral? The act itself is mostly legal, so why can't it be mostly moral? I'm a male bachelor, so I can only argue from my point of view. Adultery is a simple biological urge that manifests itself...
Ethics, Love, Sex Show

Question posted on July 24, 2014; 1 response
Religious people often claim that human rights must come from God. It seems to me that they could be wrong about their claim because of the objection posed by the Euthyphro dilemma. Am I right about this? Can we have...
Ethics, Religion Show

Question posted on July 24, 2014; 1 response
If you allow someone to die when you are capable of saving they life, but do not kill them directly, are you a murderer?...
Death, Ethics Show

Question posted on July 17, 2014; 1 response
I have a question about atheism and semantics, although I'm not sure I can phrase it properly, as it also includes the concept of "belief" separate from "doctrine." Here goes: atheists claim that they do not believe in "God" while...
Ethics, Religion Show




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