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

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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 […]

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Moral Right and Moral Relativism

Doing Right over Wrong, is our Response-Ability, which requires Awareness, through Perception/Conception, of Reality. Doing wrong over right usually means a lack of awareness of reality. We lack awareness of reality and have created inaccurate conceptions in our consciousness that allows us to validate our actions and behaviors. We are content doing what we do because that is the reality […]

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