Right Now Mate..... You Are A Public Figure (On The Net) that appears like a Spammer for Rattling Your Sabre in our Forums, by hitting the Submit Button a 100 times!!
Maybe you had a point to prove before this totally thoughtless and arrogant act... but I would guess it is lost to your own actions, which mirror those that you are bleating about!
So please.... Don't Paint the Forums with continuous posting of the same message! Clearly.. you don't stutter!
by Yves 2 years ago
Is morality undervalued? Are ethics replacing morality?Though similar, there are distinctions between morality and ethics. Which school of thought do you live by? Are you moral or ethical?
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
Questions:!. How are Morals established in a Society.2. Are good and decent actions fostered in the youth through training and guidance? 3. Are morals and boundaries natural to a human being and built within his nature or are they infused through socialization?
by Kenneth J Moore Jr. 6 years ago
What holds more weight, Morality or legality?I'll use a two people example first: Penn State which legally fulfilled their obligation but morally let kids get molested. Second: Mitt Romney legally becoming wealthy while morally didn't invest in America. This can be said for marriage, Religion,...
by Debra Allen 6 years ago
Do you think that Christianity is the only group that teaches morals and ethics?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What makes many people to always associate ethics, goodness, morality, & spiritualitywith religion? What makes those same people strongly contend that atheists, agnostics, and other non-religionists cannot be ethical, good, moral, & even spiritual because the latter do...
by Michael Routson 5 years ago
Does morality exist independant of Holy books?In holy books such as the Bible and the Koran, a sense of external morality is needed to clarify which sections are to be viewed as virtuous and which are to be condemmed as teaching behaviour that is harmful to oneself or others and should not be...
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