Tom Gilson

Ethics

“Moral Bioenhancement” and Academic Blindness

David DeGrazia, professor at George Washington University, has written a peer-reviewed paper for the Journal of Medical Ethics ...

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Seeing Through Academic Blindness

David DeGrazia is a professor of philosophy at George Washington University. He has just published a fairly complex ...

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Why Wearing Clothes of Mixed Fabrics (Lev. 19:19) Was Wrong

Unbelievers love to bring forth unreasonable commands from the Bible to prove that it’s wrong. Leviticus 19:19 is ...

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Compassion: Who Does Good and Why (Part 1)

Christianity is first of all about the good God, our Creator and King; and about Christ's work reconciling ...

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Character Development Is Alive and Well On the College Campus. Sort Of.

A few days Mike Adams posted an article at Townhall.com titled Diversity and Catatonic Schizophrenia. It begins, Dianne ...

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“Good Without God:” What’s the Reality?

Someone on Facebook (“Zach”) was touting the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Doctors Without Borders, and the Foundation ...

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Real vs. Counterfeit Compassion (Part 2)

Sam Harris thinks we’ll see how rational it is to be compassionate toward evildoers if we recognize that ...

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Real vs. Counterfeit Compassion (Part 1)

I am no expert on compassion. To talk about it is easy, but to know it is to ...

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