Monthly Archives: May 2012

Philosophy and Christianity (Part 5): Distinctions Within Moral Discourse Part 2

Moral vs Factual Distinctions Last time we looked at some distinctions found within moral discourse. As mentioned in the conclusion of the previous post, we’ll be turning to how basic moral arguments are formed and the distinction to be made between the two types of premises in such arguments. Later, we will apply this knowledge […]

Philosophy And Christianity (Part 4): Distinctions Within Moral Discourse Part 1

In my previous post I discussed distinctions within the discipline of epistemology (theory of knowledge). I am going to address some useful distinctions that arise in the field of ethics or moral discourse. The first distinction, to segue smoothly from our last discussion, is to look at the distinction of ontological vs. epistemological claims – […]