Tag Archives: morals and values

The Myth of Moral Relativism

A moral is the belief that a person holds about what is right and what is wrong. Moral relativity consists of the idea that what is right for me is not necessarily right for anyone else. The same goes for … Continue reading

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Capitalism versus Free Markets

A statement I have made, which seems to draw puzzled looks, is that I do not support Capitalism, I support a Free Market economy. The standard response is: “Isn’t that the same thing?” It may seem like arguing whether or … Continue reading

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Restoring Liberty

In previous posts, I have discussed our primary rights (individual rights to life, liberty, and property) and their origins (from our Creator). I talked about the necessity of a belief that our rights were granted by our Creator in order … Continue reading

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Endowed By Our Creator part II

This blog addresses several points about rights and politics: 1) Laws always reflect the values of the rulers in any society. 2) Values are interconnected with morals, or judgments about what is right and wrong. 3) Beliefs about the origin … Continue reading

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