Conservative Theology

April 11, 2010

Religion and Politics / Sam Harris Commits the Is/Ought Fallacy in Public


In a situation which must be as embarrassing as being caught with your zipped down (a situation many people have had to discreetly let me know about in my life), Sam Harris commits the is/ought fallacy in a public place, on an Internet-televised Ted talk.

If you're interested, I posted my critique on UncommonDescentAlan McNeil's post was also interesting.