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No Common Sense

Clement Lafko

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No Common Sense is a podcast discussing morality from the point of view of budding philosopher as he begins his journey to discover a firm foundation to build his morality upon, or at least a plank of wood to keep himself afloat in the sea of relativity.Listen as he parses through the ethical theories proposed throughout history and tries to reason through some the most pressing ethical debates raging in popular culture. This is where common sense breaks down, for the sense becomes only common geographically and historically. It then becomes abundantly clear that there is no common sense of morality.

Latest Episodes

Episode 1: Refugees and Immigration

EOn this episode of the No Common Sense podcast Clement Lafko (the host) is joined by another philosopher in the making by the name of Taylor to discuss the current immigration climate in the United States and the refugee crisis in the middle east. Also, the views on immigration of the 2016 presidential candidates in the United States are broken down. All the music used in this podcast was created by Ileum and was used with permission. If you liked what you heard, links to more Ileum are below. Links: Ileum - https://soundcloud.com/itsileum (Sound cloud) www.instagram.com/lookitsileum/ (Instagram)

67 MIN2016 OCT 25
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Episode 1: Refugees and Immigration

Episode 0: Understanding Moral Problems in a Pluralistic Society

EOn this first ever No Common Sense podcast the host, Clement, is joined by Scotty, who is the cofounder of Family Worship Center apologetics ministries, to discuss the effect of pluralism on society and the challenges such a philosophy faces when one attempts to create laws that work for all diversities of ethic,the gun control debate in America is broken down and the principles used on each side are inspected. Also discussed is why this podcast was created and what it hopes to achieve in the future. All the music used in this podcast was created by Ileum and was used with permission. If you liked what you heard, links to more Ileum are below. Links: Scotty - http://apologetics.life/learn-at-fwc/school-of-apologetics/ Ileum - @itsileum (Sound cloud) www.instagram.com/lookitsileum/ (Instagram)

51 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Episode 0: Understanding Moral Problems in a Pluralistic Society
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Latest Episodes

Episode 1: Refugees and Immigration

EOn this episode of the No Common Sense podcast Clement Lafko (the host) is joined by another philosopher in the making by the name of Taylor to discuss the current immigration climate in the United States and the refugee crisis in the middle east. Also, the views on immigration of the 2016 presidential candidates in the United States are broken down. All the music used in this podcast was created by Ileum and was used with permission. If you liked what you heard, links to more Ileum are below. Links: Ileum - https://soundcloud.com/itsileum (Sound cloud) www.instagram.com/lookitsileum/ (Instagram)

67 MIN2016 OCT 25
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Episode 1: Refugees and Immigration

Episode 0: Understanding Moral Problems in a Pluralistic Society

EOn this first ever No Common Sense podcast the host, Clement, is joined by Scotty, who is the cofounder of Family Worship Center apologetics ministries, to discuss the effect of pluralism on society and the challenges such a philosophy faces when one attempts to create laws that work for all diversities of ethic,the gun control debate in America is broken down and the principles used on each side are inspected. Also discussed is why this podcast was created and what it hopes to achieve in the future. All the music used in this podcast was created by Ileum and was used with permission. If you liked what you heard, links to more Ileum are below. Links: Scotty - http://apologetics.life/learn-at-fwc/school-of-apologetics/ Ileum - @itsileum (Sound cloud) www.instagram.com/lookitsileum/ (Instagram)

51 MIN2016 OCT 8
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Episode 0: Understanding Moral Problems in a Pluralistic Society
the END