I’ve posted a new article in the philosophy section, “A New Euthyphro.” It’s not a particularly technical read, but then, neither was the original Euthyphro by Plato. Here’s the blurb:
“Plato’s Euthyphro is widely thought to contain a knock down argument against theologically grounded ethics – widely thought, that is, outside of the field of philosophy of religion. The so-called Euthyphro dilemma is said to show that moral rightness cannot possibly consist in what God wills, but much of its success lies in the way the author was able to paint Euthyphro as the loser. Had Euthyphro been better informed and quicker on his feet, he would have won hands down – as he does in this version.”
- “A New Euthyphro” is published
- Episode 004: Parodying Plato
- Episode 008: Secularism and Equality
- One more for the C.V.
- "Hasker at the bridge of Death" complete