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Commentary on Eliezer Yudkowsky’s Meta-ethics – Math is Subjunctively Objective

This article continues my criticism of Eliezer Yudkowsky’s meta-ethics sequence on the Less-Wrong wiki, the first being my criticism of his article on fairness.  Yudkowsky’s point here is to explore the potential foundations of logic and math, specifically by ruling out the … Continue reading

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Commentary on Eliezer Yudkowsky’s Metaethics – Fairness

I am interested in Christian Apologetics, philosophy, as well as atheist equivalents for Christian frameworks. In particular, Atheist moral frameworks are a lot of fun to read through, if just to criticize them. One of my Atheist friends suggested that … Continue reading

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