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Join us for continued discussion with Prof. Boileau on the related topics of authenticity, morality, and the ontology of freedom. Consider the difference between contemplation and engagement; the natural attitude and phenomenology; purified reflection and mauvaise foi.
The times we live in today is very disturbing. People have walked away from their moral and values. We are more selfish today than ever. We are heartless and cold like never before. Every great civilization has fallen when their morality declined. America is one of the greatest country to live in but if we don't get in control of our society it can fall. This issue effects everyone and we need to take a stand against it.
Can a civil society exist without morality? I think not! The problems we face in our society today can be traced to the Left's constant attack on morality, here's a thought some things are just wrong. In order for a republic to function it's people must have a moral base.
While we wont be arguing religious dogma I am going to make a case that no matter what relgion you follow, if you follow no religion or if you are an athiest , that the Judeo Christian ethic that helped to build this nation,is what is needed to safe the nation.
We will discuss this and even take your calls on the next edition of the Sunday Morning edition of The Conservative Watchtower.
There is a thin line between Saturday Night and Sunday Morning so if I can make it to the show you can too.
Join us for continued exploration of the structure of subjectivity, authenticity, and morality. We are delving more deeply into the meta-psychology of the self from an existential phenomenological point of view. Later this fall we will transition into psychoanalytic comparisons.
Where do you get your morals from? Are you christian and pillow away at the bible as the source of moral values or do you believe morals can come from other sources, and should they?
This show we're talking about morality in the christian bible and if it should be taken seriously.
Also! How has your new computer been treating you, or should I ask how many times have you sworn out Windows 8 and everyone having to do with it's creation? Later half of the hour will be over the death of the desktop and the birth of the "Metro" interface.
Heave Ho! The Atheist Pirate is at your service ;) Kopimi!
If you don't believe in God, where do your morals come from?
Non-believers hear this question constantly. In this episode, we talk about morality as it pertains to scripture and to our everyday lives. We'll also present to the listeners and callers a series of ethical dilemmas that will test their wits and, hopefully, reveal humankind's innate desire to be good and moral creatures.
Your calls and emails (email@example.com)
Louise M. Antony "Good Minus God" http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/12/18/good-minus-god/
Sam Harris "The Myth of Secular Moral Chaos" http://www.samharris.org/site/full_text/the-myth-of-secular-moral-chaos
Sam Harris TED Talk: Science Can Answer Moral Questions http://youtu.be/Hj9oB4zpHww
Join us for continuing exploration of Sartre's notions of authenticity and morality with Prof. Kevin Boileau. We have broached the topics of Marcel's notion of disponibilite, ideas about non-violence, and moraly development. Let us continue. Feel free to call in with questions.
Freethinkers reject authority and dogma, especially in religion. Freethinkers form their own conclusions, based on reason and logic, not group think. And that’s one of the beauties of Deism, a form of theistic freethought: Deists are not expected to uniformly believe the same things.An example of this involves morality, where the World Union of Deists' Jayson and Tim hold two different views.As Jayson explained last month, he believes that Utilitarianism (the ethical theory that every voluntary human action should attempt to achieve the greatest amount of happiness for the greatest amount of creatures, especially humans) is the best ethical theory. But his co-host Tim Wingate disagrees, arguing that Utilitarianism or its variations has historically brought paternalistic, hierarchical, and authoritarian efforts -- sometimes violent -- to achieve the greatest good for all. For Tim, examples provided in Nature should provide the foundation for ethical theory and morality.Do both moralistic views lead to the same result? Is one better than another, or do you have something else in mind? Find out what both freethinking Deists have to say on this subject, and feel free to call in with your opinions or questions.For more information, please visit the sponsor page at GodDiscussion.net.The God Gave Us Reason, Not Religion podcast is a service of The World Union of Deists, a global network and educational outreach for Deism.
Join co-host Jason Stein, PhD (iRyze.com) and Eric Komoroff (www.comminutyofunity.org) as they discuss teaching our youth about morality and instilling our young with a solid moral code, especially with the daily exposure to scandal and immoral behavior.Can we turn publicized moral lapses into teaching moments? How can we navigate the complexities of a multicultural society where morals can be sometimes subjective?
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