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Are Atheists the only ones with a true sense of morality? Having no promise of reward for kindness?


A friendly debate please.

 

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    Laura Chapman (chapman-laura) 2 months ago

    I completely agree, however would argue that morality is more of a factor of biology and inheritance so to speak. We learn what is right and wrong from our prior generations, yet have an internal "conscience" i.e. our brains telling is what to feel.

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    Laura Chapman (chapman-laura) 2 months ago

    Well said, a lot can be drawn from the ability of self-worth and the process of a "conscience".