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NOTES on Walter T. Stace (1886-1967): A Critic of Ethical Relativism

The Ethical Question The ethical question that all of us ask is, What ought I to do? This question assumes that “good” and “bad” are objective — that is, “good” and “bad” are not a matter of personal opinion or … Continue reading

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NOTES on Walter T. Stace (1886-1967): I am Determined and Free

Walter T. Stace (1886-1967) is an admirably clear writer. In his book Religion and the Modern Mind (1952), he addresses the issue of free will versus determinism. Although I believe that his argument is incorrect, nonetheless I can admire the … Continue reading

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