Scarcely a week goes by without hearing about a new species becoming threatened with extinction. Even media giants Sky are riding on the bandwagon, partnering groups like the WWF in the Rainforest Rescue campaign. If this tells us anything, it’s that conservation is box office in charity appeal. But has anyone stopped to question why … More Are ‘Endangered Species’ Charities Moral?
Rational Morality was released last week, intentionally opening with an introductory chapter that concisely explains the importance of ethics through use of a news story which we all find morally abhorrent: the Jimmy Savile scandal. Upon Stuart Hall’s prosecution today, resulting from the actions of that same police investigation into Savile, I am providing the … More Stuart Hall, Jimmy Savile and Sex Crime. An Introduction to Rational Morality.
How do we formulate a coherent moral code in a world without religion? How can we show natural ideas like ‘moral relativism’ and ‘egoism’ to be irrational? Moreover, how can we create a genuinely scientific and rational theory of morality which, so far, has evaded academics? Rational Morality sets out to answer these questions by … More Rational Morality, Now Available
Though not the first time, FIFA president Sepp Blatter has today garnered more media attention for his desire to sideline gay equality in football. In the same speech, the most powerful man in football then cemented his position as the ‘Boris Johnson’ (read as ‘bumbling idiot’ for anyone outside the UK) of the soccer world … More The Discontinuous and Arbitrary Decisions of Sepp Blatter