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Let's discuss the Kantian Moral Argument

Started by Martin TK, July 22, 2010, 03:07:47 AM

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Martin TK

I hope that everyone who reads this understands that I DO NOT hold the Kantian Moral Argument as valid.  I was simply starting the thread for conversation, and some debate.  I have certainly enjoyed reading the posts herein, thank you. I find the Kantian Moral Argument to be both begging the question and based on the assumption that one has to believe in god to make it work.  If one doesn't hold god as the ultimate justice, the argument falls apart rather quickly.
"Ever since the 19th Century, Theologians have made an overwhelming case that the gospels are NOT reliable accounts of what happened in the history of the real world"   Richard Dawkins - The God Delusion