In what circumstances is morality apart from ideology? Is constitutional law inherently ideological or moral?
by Don W4 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...
by onlinearticlespk6 years ago
Should Pakistan and Israel must recognize each other as both are the ideological states?
by Rishad I Habib7 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 Rishad I Habib6 years ago
Atheists sometimes claim that & they do have some reason for such claims. Whats your views on this? & WHY?Remember, exceptions should not be examples. We are talking about the majority of the group not...
by Jenna Ditsch5 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...
by janesix4 years ago
I say we are born knowing right from wrong. People KNOW they are doing something wrong, and yet choose to do it anyway.Our moral compass is a gift from God.Morals are inborn in my opinion.Discuss.
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