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Discuss and Debate #Philosophy
Philosophy is the systematic use of reason to make sense of fundamental features of the natural and social world
Is deliberately not preventing someone's death ethically equivalent to killing them?
Extraordinary Claims Require Extraordinary Evidence
Morality is an obstacle to personal happiness
Moral properties are natural properties
Democracies are peaceful.
There is an afterlife.
Humans are primarily driven by self-interest.
Pure recreation is immoral when we could be helping to end suffering.
Cognitive biases should be allowed to run their course
Could modern society achieve direct democracy?
Is It Ever Right to Take Away Someone's Choice?
Are Ghosts Real?
Are graphic victim images acceptable to use in social reform movements?
The Ashley Treatment: An Ethical Analysis
Is Pornography Art?
Can affection/intimacy (by touching your partner) be learned?
Should Local Governments have Partisan Elections?
Is The Ubiquity of Heterosexuality Chiefly a Product Of Heteronormativity?
Is modern psychology a pseudoscience?
Motivational speakers: Do they really make a positive impact?
Is it OK to incentivise moral behaviour?
Which interpretation of quantum mechanics is the most plausible?
Crystals should be more heavily researched for their metaphysical properties.
Is Tap Water Better Than Bottled Water?