Ok, so you know that I’m generally not doing Sunday posts anymore… at least I’m supposedly not…. I don’t think I’ve managed to actually leave a Sunday blank yet.  I need to work on that. Anyway, one of my readers pointed out that there have been an increasing number of typos in my posts, and I wanted to explain this, because (unless Cassandra reads this and wants to start editing me) it’s not likely to change in the next couple of months.  Work has picked up for me recently (yay!! money!!!) and, on top of this, I am involved in a local play, which is taking up a lot of my time. Because of this I have had very limited time for writing, and I’ve been writing a lot of my posts on the fly, without the chance to sit down and edit them appropriately. I’m not trying to defend this, it isn’t the way I want to run this blog. However, at the moment I simply don’t have the time and energy left over for anything else. I am trying to keep the typos to a minimum, but they are probably going to keep appearing, at least until the play is finished. After that… well, hopefully I’ll have a little more time for writing and editing. Anyway, I hope that my readers are willing to put up with a few typos in my posts for a little while longer.

Oh… and random story challenge: Moral Absolutism vs. Moral Relativism

5 thoughts on “Recent Typos

    1. I’ve touched or moral relativism in a few of blog posts. You might try the categories ‘Philosophy’, ‘Christianity’, or ‘Academic’ to find the posts that I’ve touched on the issue in. It might involve some digging. I wrote four or five posts on the basic nature of morality that might help you out. What exactly are you looking for?

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