THE PAPERS

Topic: The Good

PAPER No. 4

The Cornerstone: Good & Evil — Life & Death

The cornerstone is the beginning of the foundation. The choice of good or evil is the existential first principle: it is the most basic choice for all men, everywhere, at all times . . .
PAPER No. 6

The Good: The Source of Unity in Each and Among All

Ethics is rational. Ethics is concerned with giving a rational justification for the answer to the question “What is the good?” Ethics assumes choice; choice assumes values . . .
PAPER No. 7

The Problem of Evil

The Problem of Evil is the deepest, most widespread objection to belief in God. The Problem of Evil is: If God is all good and all powerful why is there evil? . . .
PAPER No. 9

The Moral Law: Derived from Human Nature

The moral law is clear; it is grounded in human nature, which is easily knowable by all human beings. The moral law is for all men, everywhere, at all times. The moral law is teleological . . .
PAPER No. 10

The Moral Law: The Origin, Nature, Law, Application and Consequences of the Moral Laws

Ethics assumes choice, choice assumes values and values assume the concept of the good. What is particularly sought in ethics is rational justification, which guarantees that . . .