Monday, July 26, 2010

Pragmatism's Bloody Hands

“If moral values and reason are no more than epiphenomena of natural origins, where can the line be drawn between acceptable and unacceptable behavior? There is no answer to that except a pragmatic one. But the pragmatic answer, as the pragmatist will agree, disappears into smoke when the circumstances change. If there may be said to be any unchanging norms they will be drawn from nature, where, it is plain, personal relations are red in tooth and claw.” (Herbert Schlossberg, Idols for Destruction, p. 172).

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