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Epilogue to the Sam Harris Moral Facts Contest
Hello, patrons!

Today I have written a catch-up on that contest Sam Harris ran some years ago, seeking the best critiques of his Moral Landscape theory, the idea that moral facts are scientific facts, as discoverable as any other empirical facts about the world.

I summarize the context of this debate, explain where I think both he and his critic are going wrong, and where we should be going with this concept. And I do so by selecting and commenting on the most important statements from the winning essay, and from Harris's reply.

See: Epilogue to the Sam Harris Moral Facts Contest.

Enjoy!

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