It seems everything is political these days. If we are to engage well with people's political views, we ought to have a grasp of what we think. Here are some articles to get started with:
Theories of justification, ethics of belief, and normatively of reasoning. I am particularly interested in the latter topic. If I affirm the consequent, am I doing something wrong? If so, what kind of wrong am I doing?
This is the great moral cause of our time. It is won not only in courts and voting booths but by the steady and consistent work of building a strong case for the immorality of killing the unborn.
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