Thursday, August 23, 2007

Sixth Objectivist Round Up

Yeehaw! It's time for our weekly round up! I'm pleased to be hosting this week. There is quite a selection for you, so let's get started:

First, we have Flibbert, who presents You Sold It, You're To Blame posted at Flibbertigibbet, which is a brief discussion of how China's shoddy businessmen are giving the powermongers in our own government an excuse to poach more freedom.

joetab24 presents A Defense of Abortion posted at My Thoughts. His defense of abortion identifies the core reason the right to choose ought to exist.

Jason presents What Causes Sexual Desire? posted at Erosophia. This is the first part of a two part essay analyzing the nature of sexual attraction and the role philosophy plays in this process.

Dan Edge presents The Psycho-Epistemology of Sexuality, Part VI posted at The Edge of Reason. This is part 6 of a 6-part essay on The Psycho-Epistemology of Sexuality.

Myrhaf presents The Defining Premise posted at Myrhaf. I really enjoyed reading this novel approach to understanding the difference between liberals and conservatives.

To wrap up the great posts this week, Kim presents Are You Ready for Some Sex? posted at Kim's Play Place. This is a humorous look at understanding when it was OK to have sex in the Middle Ages. Kim writes, "It is much more complicated than you might think--the link includes a flow chart. Going to the link will allow you to see an enlarged version of the chart!"

Since I'm having too much fun on vacation this week to post anything of importance on my blog, I'll leave you with a link that will help you plan your next OBX trip! It's a great place to visit.

Hope you've enjoyed this Round Up!


Ergo said...

Woah! There's so much sex going on in this Carnival! The Sixth and sexy carnival! :)

Rational Jenn said...

Well, if there's ever any way to keep an audience interested and to get new readers.....!

Marnee said...

...and the enlarged chart really satisfies.

Dan Edge said...

Sex + Carnival = Something pretty freakin' good