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  • Tuesday, September 09, 2008

    Existentialist Question

    If there is no God, and man is totally free, then why must one "do to others as you would have them do unto you"?


    (Note - if it is recognized that one is free and that one just must accept responsibility and consequences, ... then if one is willing to accept the consequences, then must one "do unto others what they would have others do to them?)

    5 comments:

    Mike aka MonolithTMA said...

    If an ethicist falls in the woods... ;-)

    I'm confused by your question. Did someone state that we must live by the ethic of reciprocity?

    swordbearer said...

    No, but this is an ethic principle most existentialist espouse to uphold.

    See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJ5NWXUnoOo, at 4 min. 50 sec. into the video. (BTW: I find the whole video fairly well done for those who want to understand existentialism).

    Jungle Mom said...

    Puritan lad,
    This is off topic, but I followed your recent debate with Ducky at Misfit's in regards to evolution. I am currently in such a debate at my site and would appreciate any scientific support you might be able to provide.
    The comment thread is at this post:
    http://jungle-hut.blogspot.com/2008/09/saturday-morning-cartoons_13.html

    Puritan Lad said...

    Jungle Mom,

    Thanks for the link. I'll monitor the conversation for a while to see where it leads.

    Don't fall into the trap of using "science" to try to prove or disprove God. It is really a silly practice, due to the immaterial nature of God. Doing so will give the naturalist too many philosophical freebies, and put the Christian on full time defense.

    See my post Skeptical of Scientific Apologetics Alone

    See also Kenneth Samples examination of science in a naturalistic world.

    Can Naturalism Justify the Preconditions of Science?

    Hope this helps. Perhaps another CHristian Skeptic may have something to add.

    Blessings,

    PL

    Jungle Mom said...

    Thank you. I am in the midst of a difficult week here immigrating to Paraguay and the whole regions is tense due to the proximity with Bolivia and what is going on there. And so, do not have the time, energy, or desire to engage in debate with Kepler.