Most people think about morality as a set of commandments handed down by a god. Others believe we can get moral guidance by consulting our own feelings of sympathy for the needs and desires of other people.
Are these the only two options? Does morality have to be based on faith in a higher dimension or on feelings for others on Earth?
Those who believe morality is based on either faith or feelings assume there can be no rational basis for morality. Is that true? Are there no observable facts by which we can decide what’s the right and wrong way to live?
Join Ben Bayer and explore the question: Is there a rational morality?
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