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Today on RTR we are going to be talking about Biblical morals, and how that affects unbelievers. Should we be trying to legislate morality? Is it our job to try and make an unbelieving world live by biblical principles? Has it worked for us so far? Why are so many believers trying to be the morality police to those outside of the faith? What is our role in this culture war we are living in? Join us this and every Sunday at 10am est as we talk discuss the Morality Police. Call 661 449 9951 to add your voice to the conversation.
A universalistic/virtue ethic critique of Fletcher's basic contention that loyalty is the central and ineliminable feature of morality.
How long is too long -- or not long enough -- when it comes to a soap character mourning their beloved partner, ala GENERAL HOSPITAL's Patrick and Sam? How important is it for a character's morality to either track or, at the very least, make sense (ala Brady finding God on DAYS OF OUR LIVES)? And how do you move a great character past a horrific mistake made by a writing regime (ala THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS' Adam kidnapping Sharon's baby or DAYS' Sami shooting EJ in the head?) This will be our kicking off point tonight as host Richard M. Simms, executive editor of Soaps In Depth magazine, takes your calls on these and other topics. Rememer, as always, where the conversation goes is up to you! Got something you want to contribute or an entirely different topic you'd like to discuss? Call in!
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.
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.
This show has become therapeudic for me. Where else can you learn from the intelligent, make fun of Jesus and say "fuck" a lot? Watch Here: AOA.fm/aoafm
Special Guest/Topic: David Michael (My Book Of Mormon)
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Ethics is basically the Golden Rule, in practice. But morals? That's a different story. Morals are a way that a group of people govern themselves, and their treatment of other groups of people, but those "moral codes" have very little to do with ethics. Something can be "moral" without also being "ethical." And, something can be "ethical" without also being "moral." To wit, the Ten Commandments are a "moral code," but an argument can easily be made that they don't meet the burden of an "ethical code."
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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.
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.
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American life gives individuals the chance to make two kinds of personal choices.Structural choices are the big decisions that configure the course of life and involve significant risk and responsibility -- when to marry, how to support oneself and dependents, where to live. They tend to be made after conscious consideration of alternatives. Functional choices are the everyday decisions such as what words to speak, how to behave towards others, what to eat, and wear. Functional choices tend to be made more or less unconsciously, according to tastes and preferences, without deep consideration of alternatives. LETS DISCUSS TONIGHT AT 8
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
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