Welcome to secularphilosophy.net!
Secularphilosophy.net (secphil) was founded in 1999 as a site for armchair philosophers to consider important questions without bias to a particular philosophical, political, or religious system. It was a place were one could examine an argument without fear of a contentious “conversation-ender” theory, such as consequentialism or faith.
In this new manifestation, it has become a slightly more rigorous place for laymen and early career academics to test theories in an environment of acceptance and philosophical charity. The site is still dedicated to the concept of secular philosophy, or philosophy free of bias to a particular system. That is not to imply that religious discussion is not acceptable (it is in fact encouraged), only that reliance on faith or systematization to win arguments is fallacious and discouraged.
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