Morality is objective

It might go without saying that a rational view of morality accepts that morality itself is a social tool, evolved particularly capably in humans. It’s not some randomly occurring spiritual process, neither is it a set of rules written by an imaginary man in the deep blue sky (or grey sky, if you live in … More Morality is objective

Dear anti-science arguments, are you against science or society?

Science doesn’t hold many ‘values’. Unlike a religion, there are no facts that science is fundamentally attached to, or wobbly evidence that it throws faith behind – in the words of the founder of Skeptic magazine, Michael Shermer: สบScience is not the affirmation of a set of beliefs but a process of inquiry aimed at … More Dear anti-science arguments, are you against science or society?