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    Sam Harris, The Moral Landscape, and Some Unanswered Questions.Brian Vroman - 2013 - Think 12 (33):105-115.
    ExtractIn this dialogue, two college students, Katie and Dennis, discuss some of the positions taken by Sam Harris in his recent work The Moral Landscape. They discover that, first, theories of ethics based on human well-being are nothing new; they also question whether Harris has truly closed the door on moral subjectivism. Next, while remaining sympathetic to Harris, they question how much he has really accomplished by equating human well-being with specific brain states, and wonder if blissful brain states based (...)
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    The Problem of Evil and the Poverty of the Free Will Theodicy.Brian Vroman - 2009 - Think 8 (22):65-73.
    The Problem of Evil, as it is typically called, is the strongest argument against the existence of a Deity who is at once all-powerful, all-knowing, kind and loving, and whose reach extends everywhere. Simply stated, the existence of such a being is incompatible with the existence of evil and suffering in the world. We know that evil and suffering exist; thus a Deity such as that described above cannot exist.
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    Euthyphro, Socrates, and Professor Pangloss.Brian Vroman - 2011 - Think 10 (27):95-104.
    In his article ???A New Euthyphro??? , pp. 65???83, Glenn Peoples constructs a new version of the famous Euthyphro dialogue, in which Euthyphro, rather than Socrates, prevails.
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