(from the archive) The Problem with (the wrong) Principle
21 April, 2009
By Bryan Lower
Ideology against humanity
Liberalism is accused of being an unprincipled philosophy because it seems to hold no universals. How can a philosophy even be clearly defined without the fixed stars of ideology to guide the way? If you are looking for principles in the form of rigid axioms, you will be disappointed. However, there is an underlying principle in liberalism that connects all of its disparate conclusions
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