Why do we believe what we believe? The answer may seem obvious: we believe what we've assessed to be true. However, there's a surprisingly basic logical flaw in this theory. And even more surprising is the real answer to the above question.
Is morality laid down by God? Many think there is a fatal objection to this view, an objection rooted in Plato's famous Euthyphrodilemma. Derrick Farnell explains why he is not convinced by the objection.