What makes you choose which side you are on? The morality of the situation, or the facts?
Facts. They don't lie, that's why they are called, facts. I have sided with morals on quite a few occasions though. Sometimes it pays off, sometimes it makes things worse.
by Ashutosh Joshi12 days ago
What is it that makes you strongly believe or reject an idea or a piece of information? Simply put, how do you validate information? And how often do you feel the need or urge to validate something? Be it the news, a...
by Captain Redbeard6 years ago
Richard Dawkins poses the theory that studying the bible for its literature content is a great thing. However we should not follow its teachings. He feels that ones moral standards should not come from this book or any...
by paarsurrey7 years ago
Scientific advancement without morals and spirituality to control from Word revealed from the Creator-God Allah YHWH could destroy humanityThat is the most danger posed to humanity. A man living in Hiroshima or...
by Yves2 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 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.
by lanablackmoor5 years ago
Do you think religion compels morality, or does morality determine religion?Obviously the relationship is somewhat multi-directional for most people, but I'm wondering which you think is more powerful. Do people usually...
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