Summary: What are some of the most common mistakes that people make in thinking about ethics? I'll interview Craig Biddle, editor of "The Objective Standard," about people's wrong ideas about ethics, including ethics of duty, pragmatism, religious ethics, collectivism, and more.
Question: What's wrong with being pragmatic? My dictionary defines being pragmatic as "dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations." What's wrong with that, if anything? Is that the same as "pragmatism"?