In this video I’ll be answering the question, “What is Evil?”
Evil is an action chosen by an individual which they believe improves their situation, but does so at the expense of other people. Large scale examples of evil would include the decades of torture and murder which took place in the gulags of communist Russia. A small example of an evil action could be a job applicant lying in an interview.
In this episode of Ask Cahlen I’ll be answering the question, “Is there Right and Wrong?”
In the modern world there is a lot of doubt as to whether there are objective right and wrong actions one can take. We often here the phrases, “It’s all just an experience,” and, “Nature is survival of the fittest,” from moral relativists, but are all experiences really equal, and does the current state of nature on Earth always tell us what should be or limit what could be?
In this video in the Natural Law series I will be discussing the right of subrogation.
Subrogation occurs when someone owes another person a debt and a third person steps in to pay off that debt for the first person. The first person now owes the third person the debt that was paid off on their behalf, though what is owed to the third person can vary depending on the arrangement agreed to.
In this video I will be discussing the aspect of Natural Law which makes us responsible for our creations.
If I punch someone in the face who has not harmed or threatened to harm me, then I am responsible for the harm I have caused them. If I create a robot and unleash it upon the world and all it does is walk around punching people in the face, then I am also responsible for that harm because I have created the thing which caused it.
On this episode of Pal’n w/ Cahlen, in an homage to Mark Passio’s podcast, I’ll be answering the question, “What on Earth is Happening?”
Most of us are very aware of the strange and chaotic situation we find ourselves in during this Coronavirus panic. Societies are shutting down, economies are collapsing, and the government once again is offering to “save” us from the carnage… but is the solution really better than the original problem?
Hey everyone, and welcome to another episode of Pal’n w/ Cahlen!
Today I’ll be showing you my new straw bale house on the side of a supervolcano. I’ll also discuss Trusts and how the government tricks us into giving up our natural rights and becoming members of a corporate feudalism. Finally, I’ll discuss whether or not any form of animal husbandry can be ethical.
Natural Law is a set of rules inherent to the universe, much like the Law of Gravity, which govern the effects resulting from the free will choices of creatures with the capacity to reason.
Natural Law is known by many other names, such as Moral Law, Karmic Law, God’s Law, etc. Its basic premise is that there is an objective difference between right and wrong, and that while all beings are free to do as they please, they are not free to escape the consequences of their choices.