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Re: On the Origins of Morality: Supernatural, Biological, ...

Re: On the Origins of Morality: Supernatural, Biological, ...

I don’t see how what I’m doing is giving or imposing meaning to what is there. Whatever I call the tulip, whether I understand it correctly or incorrectly, whatever meaning I give to it - none of these things change the reality of what it is. It is what it is, objectively. I see a fragment of the reality, but that doesn’t change it.

If judging is “adopting a position of moral superiority” then is judging, with this definition, something that’s absolutely wrong?

On the Origins of Morality: Supernatural, Biological, and Relational Possibilities By: Jacob (99 replies) 21 March, 2009 - 03:10