Moral Relativism: Ontario’s educational problem

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I grew up in British Columbia, Canada with wide open fields as my back yard. The mountains were mine for me to roam. I played, ran, swam and wandered in the central mountains and lakes of central Okanagan. As I grew older, I traveled to New York, then Boston. I moved back to Canada. I settled back in B.C. , only to move to Toronto where I now currently live. Although I spent my youth in natural surroundings, I have spent most of my life in cities, which I love. As much as I enjoy nature, I love what man has done to the earth! Man has made a living! Man has made life possible for billions who would never be alive except for skills, ingenious tools, and technology. Carving nature to suit our purposes is breath taking, not just practical! We should be glad to be alive today! For us, using our minds to live is natural.
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  1. Tedd says:

    It is obvious this high-school teacher of philosophy had never heard of the Freedom Party of Ontario, and upon learning of this political group was impressed and aimed directly for the heart of our political goals. It is also, then apparent, on philosophic grounds, he has never heard of Ayn Rand, nor her solution to Aristotle’s errors, the solution offered to Kant, including moral relativism. He is not familiar with objectivist ethics. Is this indicative of the educational establishment today? In Canada, I believe so.

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