Articles by: Hugo
I was born in Lisbon, Portugal and lived there for the first 19 years of my life. I then emigrated to England where I completed my first degree in Philosophy through the University of London, Birkbeck College. I am currently also doing an MA in European Philosophy through the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David. I've been always passionate about Justice, Arts, Philosophy and above all beloved ones. Since I finished my degree I've been looking for some type of graduate job in something involving lots of writting, research, documents, etc.

The problem of evil

July 23, 2014 7:48 pm0 comments
The problem of evil

The weightiest of the arguments against God’s existence is the problem of evil. There are many different responses to the problem of evil. None of them is entirely satisfactory alone but together they do cast doubt on whether the existence of evil disproves the claim that God exists. In brief, […]

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Why is eating meat morally unacceptable?

June 25, 2012 6:00 pm0 comments
Why is eating meat morally unacceptable?

Most arguments for the moral obligation of vegetarianism either follow Peter Singer’s lead and demand equal consideration for animals on utilitarian grounds, or they follow Tom Regan’s deontological rights-based theory. I will try to defend utilitarianism as the ultimate ethical theory that is able to compromise an active solution to […]

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