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Thoughts: Love and Infatuation

If you love a flower, don’t pick it up. Because if you pick it up it dies and it ceases to be what you love….

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A Symposium On Charity: Part 2

If you haven’t read the first part of this dialogue I suggest you do to understand key points explained so I don’t have to define…

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A Symposium On Charity: Part 1

This is quite different to my usual posts, it’s an experiment so forgive me if this isn’t as flowing. In Ancient Times a Symposium was…

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Consequential Moral Reasoning: Locating morality in predicaments

Envisage being the driver of a double-decker bus. One day when you’re driving your usual route, you notice a roadwork site has been constructed. Due…

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Aquinas’ Quinque viæ: Regarding the existence of God

The existence, magnificence and intelligent architecture of the World is often bluntly exemplified as the work of God. This bluntness doesn’t sit well with many…

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The Ontological Argument: Gods existence in the mind and reality

The existence of God is a compelling subject. People argue it’s pointless to ponder on this subject due to the lack of empirical evidence. But…

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Tabula Rasa vs Innatism: Are we born with ideas and knowledge?

At birth it is widely thought the mind is like a dry sponge. Many believe the mind contains no knowledge at birth and this has…

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The Problem Of Evil

There is a thought or rather question that runs through the minds of many who ponder about God and the existence of evil. This thought…

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