Thoughts on ethics.

May 2011
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Marble, N.C.
When we are born we have inborn senses, feed me, change me and hold me. As we grow society the world teaches us rules called morals. We believe them. But what if we decide to use our free will without morals or rules. We have our own (thou shalt nots). Do we then have a psychological disorder because we do not like a law or we misunderstood it or we do not believe it? pljames@att.net
 
Jun 2009
531
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Law is equivalent to neither morality or psychological health, so no. Free will doesn't factor in to this, or anything, since there's no evidence there is such a thing. It's essentially the humanistic version of a soul.