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Two reasons why right and wrong are real

(Beyond Ourselves #21)

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Two reasons why right and wrong are real:

  1. What do we think we are doing when we argue about what is right or wrong?  It certainly seems like we think there is something real, outside of ourselves, that we are arguing about.  But if there is no such thing as right or wrong, how can one view be better than another?
  2. Can society make progress over right and wrong?  (Think: slavery, racism, sexism, homophobia). If there is no such thing as real right or wrong, there may be change, but there cannot be progress. We cannot talk about changing the law as an improvement: all we can say is that we like it more (or we like it less).

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