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Christian Tractatus

(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)


As with any system that claims to provide knowledge, we can examine an ethical system both for internal consistency and for conformity to the world.

  1. That is, are there any test cases that show the ethical system to be self-contradictory (internally incoherent)?
  2. Alternatively, are there any indications that the theory is inconsistent with the rest of our beliefs about the world or with our knowledge of the world (externally incoherent)? Such external incoherence includes impracticality.




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