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What's your opinion on Moral intelligence/knowledge?
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Posted 7/13/08

zendude wrote:

The concepts of true nature does not lie in set rules, but a probability map that does set common patterns that could be followed. This is the truth, for as nature in it self started in a random event that is too far unmeasurable by any means of science. Everything and anything only exist for the reasons of being, in layman's terms, lucky (or by someone or something who is tipping the scales for us).


Explain this in a way that actually means something.
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Posted 7/13/08

zendude wrote:


leviathan343 wrote:


zendude wrote:

The concepts of true nature does not lie in set rules, but a probability map that does set common patterns that could be followed. This is the truth, for as nature in it self started in a random event that is too far unmeasurable by any means of science. Everything and anything only exist for the reasons of being, in layman's terms, lucky (or by someone or something who is tipping the scales for us).


Explain this in a way that actually means something.


Can't you just read into it?

Anyways, I am implying that moral intelligence and knowledge are still an ongoing process that still need much experiment and experience.


What is a 'probability map' first of all?
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Posted 7/15/08
I'm going to lay off the debate between me and Bern34 since I get so tired answering the same old questions, debates never really end anyways and I gotta focus more on my philosophy class. I give some props to Bern34 but I think his main problem is that his individual responses cannot be incorperated. His citation isn't valid either, inferalrambling? That doesn't even sound like a valid sourse of information, same goes for any wiki's. I had mentioned that agnosticism is 'neutral' but in reality there is no neutral side at all, I was just trying to show that atheistic beliefs can also explain theistic beliefs, like the Big Bang. My thoughts aside I think I'll let the public decide.
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Religion does serve as guidelines into whats morally wrong and right but you have to consider what society implants on your way of thinking. If youve been taught that killing is wrong then you'll go on believing that it is morally wrong. If smth is wrong (or right) for others then it is wrong (or right) for us. I think morality per se is acquired during the course of growing up and highly influenced by society and family.
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Posted 7/22/08

bubblyxsmiles wrote:

God is merciful, loving, kind, omnipotent, omniscience, omnipresent, gracious. Though He is all these things, He is a JUST and HOLY God. that's all I got to say.


I love someone like him, just stating his believe and go without saying right and wrong.... *bow to honor

btw moral? sorry, I believe it is subjective. Doesn't mean I throw away "my moral".... I define my own moral (or you could say.. steal "morals" here and there).... But if I were to debate about moral, then I won't be able to argue much.. As I realize how subjective it is.
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