In a previous post, Austin Stiller responded to a video in which an aging philosopher discussed the question “what the point of it all?” In this post, a reader replies to Stiller. Here is that reply.
Stiller’s reaction to Fingarette’s video and my comments in this blog’s previous post have cleared up something of a mystery for me about Thoreau that has troubled me for the longest time. Continue reading What’s the Point of it All? Reply to Stiller
My last post featured a video of a philosopher’s reflections on the meaning of life as he neared death. The post elicited this response from a reader, Austin Stiller, which I reprint here in full.
It’s foolish to think that there’s an answer out there in the world to this question, [what’s the point of it all?] that there’s a transcendental answer … Those answers seem like self-delusion to my mind. The universe doesn’t care about life, about anything. We do and we’re indebted to each other. Continue reading What’s the Point of it All?
Jean Piaget studied many things, including moral reasoning in children.
© Darrell Arnold Ph.D.– (Reprinted with Permission) https://darrellarnold.com/2018/02/06/process-philosophies-1/
In a standard introduction to ethical reasoning, the focus is on the varying value frameworks of different normative theories. Continue reading Morality and Facts
I’ll try to answer the question of which countries are best by aggregating the data from virtually all the prominent indexes. As far as I know, this is the only site on the web that takes into account so many indexes. I present my conclusions at the end of this post. Continue reading The Best Countries To Live In