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Are Right and Wrong real?

(Beyond Ourselves #18)

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Are there some things that really are right, and others that really are wrong? For example, most of us would say that torturing a baby is completely wrong, always and everywhere.

Philosophers talk about ‘objective morals’ – things that are right or wrong whether or not anyone believes them. If objective right and wrong exists, we do not invent it, we can only discover it.

To look at it differently, we have a sense of justice: most of us think that there is such a thing as justice. We are also deeply aware of injustice – we recognise that things often are not as they should be. And we feel a sense of outrage – we want to see justice done.

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