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The Right to Reason

By Robert Stanley

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The Right to Reason is a podcast that interviews guests and discusses philosophy, politics, religion, and science.

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A chess player that listened

Robert used an example of the game of chess. Question, is chess played without rules? One can use a chess set to play games or even the board that the pieces are moved around upon to limit the area of play. But since chess is a strategic game skill, to approach the game as just a game on the basis of subjectivity, the truth of the skill set is non-existent. The difference of objectivity and subjectivity is the truth behind the skill. It is not a question of secular or religious, it is the ability to skillfully oppose one's competitor. A judge does not possess this right. He must judge without partiality, without bias, and without personal opinion, he must judge lawfully. If the law is in error, change the law - for everyone. A Listener that has played chess

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Wow, this is the greatest podcast I have ever heard! That Robert guy is so cool!

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Of the numerous podcasts I've listened to dealing with atheism, reason, and freethought, Robert's is leaps and bounds ahead of a majority I've listened to. I've already Subscribed and The Right To Reason is in my weekly rotation of podcasts to listen to at work. Great job, Robert!

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