The New Epistemology Of Morality And Truth

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THE NEW EPISTEMOLOGY OF MORALITY AND TRUTH is a work that describes the discovery of exactly what is behind our rational moral sense. In this work philosophers will find what eluded Kant, Descartes, Sartre and all the rest.

This is the story of the discovery of the answer to Immanuel Kant's most famous philosophic conjecture. Is there a better moral statement, one we can know is categorically true?

There is such a statement.

The Moral Imperative of Life is to live a life that detracts not at all from the lives available to those who will follow us into this world.

From the moral imperative springs Categorical Knowledge, a new knowledge set that superintends all human knowledge and lauds over all superstition and also every empirical knowledge set.

Everyone is wondering what will come in the future. This is it.

THE NEW EPISTEMOLOGY OF MORALITY AND TRUTH follows the following Don Robertson titles:

PRINCIPLES OF THE GRAND UNIFYING THEORY and THE THEORY OF TIME (1998), a search for a theoretical explanation for a hypothetical universe.

AN ILLUSTRATED PHILOSOPHY PRIMER FOR YOUNG READERS (2002), an introduction to philosophy for young readers, and, for those readers who are young at heart.

A CRITIQUE OF PURE SCIENCE is a study of man and science, how to create a proper critique of science. HTTP://TINYURL.COM/96SMN8

The New Epistemology Of Morality And Truth

Authored by Don Robertson

This work is a chronology of the author's 2006
discovery of The Moral Imperative of Life, and, the
subsequent discovery of Categorical Knowledge.

Categorical Knowledge is a knowledge set that
exists above superstition and empirical knowledge
preëminently superintending all human knowledge.

The work is a detailed discussion of the first three
years during which Don Robertson has grappled
with what these discoveries mean for free will, secular morality and the future.

What he has found is a secular, non-relative moral
sense that is destined to finally deliver civilization
and the knowledge required to make the world a
place better than we have let it become.

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144144629X / 9781441446299
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US Trade Paper
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5.25" x 8"
Black and White
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Education / Philosophy, Theory & Social Aspects

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