Saturday, December 18, 2010
I can't decide.
(More at Theo Spark)
Moral science has two halves. There are the implications of thinking straight about fact and value (ideal theory) and there are the implications of not thinking straight. Ideal theory is the foundation, error theory the daily battle.
I was writing a book on republicanism (the system of liberty under law) when I discovered that the Flight 93 memorial was going to be a terrorist memorial mosque, so I had to jump in a write a book about this rehijacking of Flight 93 first (Crescent of Betrayal, temporarily available for free download at CrescentOfBetrayal.com). I have been writing conservative commentary for forty years. Follow me on Gab at gab.com/AlecRawls