A Map of the Moral World: New Ideas in Modal Ontology, Metaethics, and on the Nature of Evil

The modal operators of possibility and necessity are added together to create a complete list of ontological categories, offering a new definition of simulations, and a look at Heidegger’s concept of ‘authenticity.’ It discusses metaethics and the nature of evil, offering a definition of evil and one of self-deception, then uses Nietzsche as both an example and a grand theory of corruption.   More

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About Dave McFaul

I started reading philosophy in 1978 at the age of fifteen. I achieved a B.A. in Philosophy in 1993 and a M.A. in Political Science in 2001, both from the University of Calgary. I am extremely well read on a wide variety of topics which allows me to look at things from many different perspectives simultaneously. I’m used to dealing with multiple realities which involves comparing contrasting interpretations. What I do best is to connect the dots no matter how far afield. My first book is ‘A Map of the Moral World: Original Ideas in Modal Ontology, Metaethics, and on the Nature of Evil.’ I will quickly follow it up with ‘A History of the Ideologies of the Welfare State with Special Reference to Canada.’

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