NOTE: "Abridged Maps" contain the core argument for the corresponding paper. This should allow the reader to follow along with the argument presented in the longer paper without getting lost. It also summarizes my core arguments for those who do not wish to read through the longer post.
A. Discussion with Mentat1231
3. Part 3: Kalam, Philosophy of Mind, Leibniz's Principle of Sufficient Reason, Teleological and Ontological Arguments
B. Ontological Arguments
A. Discussion with Clear404
3. Part C: Analysis of Moral Concepts, "Requirements Entails a Requirer," Humeans and non-Humeans, Explaining Moral Experience, Refinement of Parts A and B
B. Initial Defense of Moral Naturalism and Rebuttal to Moral Arguments for God
III. Philosophy of Biology and Philosophy of Mind