Natural Law – The Science of Morality, Part 4: Morality


Natural Law – The Science of Morality, Part 4: Morality

Morality is about objectively right and wrong behaviors, which define rules of behavior, and tied to understanding immorality. Moral behaviors are based in right, correct and true rules because they aren’t immoral behaviors which are based in wrong, incorrect and false rules.

If something is true in reality, it’s correct and right. If something is false in reality, it’s incorrect and wrong. E.g. 2 + 2 = 4 vs. 2 + 2 = 5. True things are real. False things are unreal. Believing that 2 + 2 = 5, is not real, and creates a false reality, an unreality. Trying to live by 2 + 2 = 5 is living in an unreality, and to create unreality into outer reality by your behaviors that follow that inner unreality. Try to measure distance or build something on that false basis, and you will end up with incorrect, false and wrong results.

Morality is a true way/path for living to get correct results. Immorality is a false way/path for living to get false, incorrect, wrong and unreal results that should not be.




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Previous parts:

Part 1: Rights
Part 2: Slavery
Part 3: True Freedom


Main reference: Mark Passio –