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Absolutes

Sasha's picture

Thank you for this fascinating book and series.

A question:
Is “Eternalism is immoral” not itself an absolutist/eternalist claim?

Strikes a chord

Conor's picture

I just discovered your site/book and am fascinated by how its description of the emotional impact of eternalism describes my experience. I am in the process of reevaluating my philosophical commitments and appreciate the work you’ve put into sharing these valuable ideas. Hopefully, writing this book is as enjoyable for you as it is useful to me.

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      which is in Meaning and meaninglessness,
      which is in Doing meaning better.

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