After working for weeks on and off on a culmination of the moral and ethical viewpoints I've expressed on this blog, I'm all set to release A Case For Secular Morality: Objective Morality Without God tomorrow. I make the arguments to (1) define morality and its natural foundations; and (2) provide an objective standard for moral values without appeal to god. It will be broken into 3 parts. The first part lays out the natural objectivity, the second part addresses some common concerns regarding my argument, and the third mostly concludes and summarizes it.
Later I will include a fourth part that addresses questions I get from readers as well as some other questions I've thought of that were left out of the main arguments. It is designed primarily for secular moral relativists but should be an interesting read to anyone passionate about ethics. It's pretty long compared to an average post but I will greatly appreciate it if you take the time to read it and give me your honest feedback. If you have any questions, you can write in a comment and I will add that to a part 4 or second edition.