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Advantages and Paradoxes of Regarding Omniscience as Subjective Certainty in Wittgenstein's Sense
In this paper, I try to facilitate the understanding of the concept of 'omniscience' by taking into account the terminology developed in Ludwig Wittgenstein's On Certainty. Thus, I start by explaining why omniscience can ...
Why the Wrongness of Killing Innocents is Not a Universal Moral Certainty
(John Wiley and Sons Inc, 2021)
In this paper, I argue that the certainty about the wrongness of killing must not be considered as a universal, but as a local one. Initially, I show that there exist communities in which the wrongness of killing innocents ...