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What’s at Issue in the Abortion Debate
Abortion isn’t exactly a “third rail” of American politics, since people yell about it all the time. But it is a third rail of rational discussion. Many people have dogmatic beliefs about it and they react with blind rage to … Continue reading
Posted in Life, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Society Tagged Abortion, Alabama, Autonomy, Dogmatism, Fetus, Georgia, Heartbeat law, Heresy, Infanticide, Pro-choice, Pro-life, Rational debate, Right to life, State religion 2 Comments
Are We Free to Choose?
My latest blog post for The Jewish Journal: Do you have free will? That’s an easy question. Of course you do. Here’s a harder question: What is free will? That’s where most of us get into trouble. Common sense tells … Continue reading
Posted in Jewish Philosophy, Judaism, Philosophy, The Jewish Journal Tagged Autonomy, Divine foreknowledge, Exodus, Free Will, Freedom, Jewish Philosophy 5 Comments