A Way Out of Moral Relativism

A Way Out of Moral Relativism

Moral Relativism refers to the idea that all cultures and societies have their own moral system and that there is no objective way to determine a moral system. The charge of moral relativism is often made against atheists by theists when they claim that their...
Six Questions

Six Questions

What brought the laws of nature into existence? Nobody knows. We don’t even know if the question itself has any meaning, as time itself is product of the universe, and so the whole concept of ‘bringing’ may not hold meaning outside the framework of a...
Is it 1984?

Is it 1984?

In 1984 society was an Oligarchy where the leaders at the top, the Inner Party, had a huge percentage of the wealth while the Proles, the lower 80% of people, had little or no wealth or political power. Anyone familiar with the levels of wealth inequality in the...
Immortals vs The Precariat

Immortals vs The Precariat

In 2005 I wrote an article about a future in which immortal machines will rise. It outlined how computers will become so advanced they will overtake the capability of humans. The conclusion that this will occur was difficult to avoid given everything we knew about...

Response to Oh, you’re an atheist?

This is a response to Zachary Ardem’s article titled “Oh, you’re an atheist?’ which is a fictional discussion between a theist and a atheist in 2065. Auckland, Easter Sunday 2065AD – a fanciful conversation. Two men chat awkwardly on the city’s...