And if I were to choose to sacrifice my son in order to allow for the least number of deaths and to allow at least one to live is my decision moral and yours not since you thereby allow for 2 deaths to occur? After you answer that then please explain the reason you use and how is it that we can arrive at 2 different decisions and still square it with the statement from the OP here.
We are born with the ability to know what is right
"10 Great People" thread should be up soon. I have chosen Pete Seeger and to do it write I need more time. It is turning into an essay but "I'm just trying to say it right"-nas
To your questioning: Morality is education. People that understand morality know what is right and what is wrong. I credit Socrates with that.
The "10 Great People" thread is too good for the internet Jar. I feel like this place is too small for it. I will post nonetheless. I had to stop writing for now because it is very long and I have to edit it before I go on because again, "I'm just trying to say it right".
How can one understand morality when one can't define morality or provide examples of morality? Are you insinuating that only God can define morality or provide examples of morality? This hardly fits in with the idea that all people are born with an innate knowledge of morality.
Your new buddy Socrates asked what is moral. Is your obstinate refusal to answer the question supposed to be a mark of genius? Is the moral person the person who remains mute?
If you refuse to tell us what morality is, it makes it appear you do not know what you are talking about. Under the circumstances, how is anyone else supposed to divine your intentions?
And if I were to choose to sacrifice my son in order to allow for the least number of deaths and to allow at least one to live is my decision moral and yours not since you thereby allow for 2 deaths to occur?