20th October 2020 Davidian 0 Comment
I’ve written a few articles about vaccinations from the scientific point of view but felt it was time to turn my attention to the morality of the topic; both from the angle of if it is a moral obligation to be vaccinated, and the morality of forcing vaccinations on people. What do we mean by moral? As we discussed on ‘Does morality have a purpose?’ we could see the ultimate purpose of morality is human wellbeing & flourishing. Therefore, anything... ...
9th March 2018 Dave Rowlands 0 Comment
Abortion is a contentious issue in current times. There are many arguments both for and against, and it is a topic guaranteed to raise both emotions and heated arguments among people. One of the many arguments made to support the permissibility of abortion is that a foetus is not a ‘person’, and therefore morally permissible. Does this argument hold up as support for the moral permissibility of abortion though? Before beginning a discussion about the strengths and weaknesses of this...
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