How do you define morality?

Posted by: reece

Comments would be great.

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7 votes

My religious values

5 votes

Morality doesn't exist

4 votes
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An ever evolving evolutionary trait

3 votes

Morality's subjective

3 votes

It is meaningless to define morality.

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reece says2014-07-07T18:07:47.4000708-05:00
@YamaVonKarma could you explain further down beneath?
reece says2014-07-07T18:13:37.4417780-05:00
Oh wait trolling :P
YamaVonKarma says2014-07-07T18:19:18.8493464-05:00
Oh no. I'm the kind of person who will look you dead in the eyes and tell you he killed your cat. I will also kill as many people as necessary, to reach a world of peace. Not everyone is a troll.
dmussi12 says2014-07-07T18:24:57.6388264-05:00
I can't really pick between the evolution one and the nihilist one. I believe it developed as instinctual behaviors necessary for social animals that was just enhanced by our sentience. I don't think that there are any universal moral laws that transcend intelligence or humanity. For instance a planet of aliens that originated completely differently and interact in a very different way would have different morals than us.
MasturDbtor says2014-07-07T18:36:01.5128652-05:00
I don't think that defining it as an evolutionary process really illuminates anything about morality, because everything is an evolutionary process. Morality is one's conception of how things ought to be, particularly about human behavior. It can be based purely on instinct or it can be the product of a long, reasoned thinking process.
reece says2014-07-07T18:41:32.8121595-05:00
MasturDbtor i wanna see what Religious people would say if there's any.I didn't wan't any biased.
Formerland1 says2014-07-07T19:18:24.4122707-05:00
Morality is a limitation that does not always produce the desired result in the situation . Morality is largly a trait associated with kahnism ( ethics ). I prefer applying the result I would like to the situation and act on that .

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