Monthly Archives: June 2013

On metaethics: a reply to Dan Fincke

I have recently been reading Dan Fincke’s erudite series of posts on metaethics, in which he defends his own version of moral realism. Today I plan to begin the Herculean task of offering a personal reflection on Fincke’s views. I … Continue reading

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Why I changed my mind about climate change

Some years ago I was sceptical about anthropogenic climate change. I now have to admit that I was wrong. Unfortunately, there is strong evidence that the Earth is warming very rapidly, that this change is largely attributable to human activity, … Continue reading

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