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CIA Torture Report

09 Dec 2014

"The Senate Intelligence Committee spent five years reading and analyzing more than 6.3 million pages of CIA documents to assess the CIA's use of "enhanced interrogation techniques" in the post-9/11 era."http://www.cnn.com/2...port/index.html Has anyone read the CIA Torture Report or its sum...

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science is a priori

16 Dec 2014

I believe that science must rest on an a priori foundation (and is not empirical) and I wanted to use this forum to get a sense for how people might respond to these ideas. Here are the reasons I give for why science must ultimately have an a priori foundation: 1. Mathematics is a priori. I...

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How can we achieve happiness when work requires pain?

02 Nov 2014

Posted by Peter Morris in Ethics
I've been having a few disturbing thoughts. I need someone to slap me down and explain why I'm wrong. Every value that we hold dear requires effort to gain and keep. We must fight entropy. We must fight comfort. We might struggle through the pain to get it. How can we live this way and still...

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