In what circumstances is morality apart from ideology? Is constitutional law inherently ideological or moral?
by Don W 5 years ago
This is a continuation of a conversation from another thread, which morphed into a discussion about political ideology:One of the main lessons we have learned about ideology, a lesson which draws on evidence from throughout history, is that 1) a single ideology is seldom ideal for every condition...
by onlinearticlespk 7 years ago
Should Pakistan and Israel must recognize each other as both are the ideological states?
by Rishad I Habib 8 years ago
Is the word 'Pervert' applicable only to men? If yes, then why so? If no, then how would you define a 'Female pervert'?
by taburkett 23 months ago
How do you convince someone that they are not destined to be LGBT?As a young executive, I counseled individuals in the past and promoted them into moral society by consistently stating the truth about the mental affliction. Emotional outbursts continue to support the education of LGBT as a...
by Jenna Ditsch 6 years ago
Let's say that Religion and the concept of the existence of God was erased from the Earth. How would humans, institutions, and ultimately, societies, determine "moral law" if you will? How would it be determined what is right or wrong? What would that process look...
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?
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