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Wouldn’t it be absurd?
By: Barry Belmont

…to say that because the treatment of women (and their right to wear pants) within a society is wholly determined by the subjectivity of the members of that society that we can’t say there is anything wrong with this? Clearly we can say this is wrong. Lock, stock, and barrel. It’s time to stop pretending [...]

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Let’s Imagine…
By: Barry Belmont

Let’s imagine a world where there is no such thing as an objective truth about any topic of political philosophy. What would such a world look like? I pose this question not out of ridicule (or at the very least, not solely out of ridicule) against those who would support its lines of reasoning, but [...]

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Respect for Opinions and the Lack Thereof
By: Barry Belmont

I had a brief encounter with Mike (the new president) just the other day where he reminisced about the “good ol’ days” where debate at the SFL meetings were more about presenting arguments and respecting people’s opinions and less about a “what I am presenting is objectively right, and you are quantifiably wrong if you [...]

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