Daily Archives: February 26, 2018

NOTES on Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679): A Psychological Egoist, and Joseph Butler (1692-1752): A Critic of Psychological Egoism

Joseph Butler (1692–1752), Bishop of Bristol from 1738-50, then Bishop of Durham Joseph Butler (1692–1752), Bishop of Bristol from 1738-50, then Bishop of Durham The Ethical Question The ethical question that all of us ask is, What ought I to … Continue reading

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Make Martin: “Now, suppose I’m a teacher in a classroom with a gun provided by President Bonespurs. In the middle of the lesson in walks the student everybody calls ‘Crazy’ because he is.”

Source: Andrew Tobias: I’m With Reagan and Scalia We have a crying need for: a ban on the sale of assault weapons (as Ronald Reagan and Antonin Scalia both favored, and our local police do) . . . bans on the sale of bump-stocks and “gun kits“ (where you … Continue reading

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