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Christian Tractatus

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This Appendix attempts to demonstrate that it is possible to construct a system of ethics that is not undergirded by any particular form of theism, or indeed having any extramundane sanction.

  1. As such, it is to be expected that such a system of ethics might therefore be universally acceptable to reasonable people.
  2. This Appendix also points out some of the problems in the way of coming to a consensus on such an issue, and leaves unresolved many of the detailed working out of the issues. It is an exploratory paper only, an outline sketch of some of the issues involved in setting up a system of ethics that doesn't depend on divine authentication.




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