An internet oasis of open discussion without personal attacks
Juice wrote:Considering that moral concepts are often convoluted and subjective is it possible that an Ockham’s Razor approach can be applied to developing a common moral concept and approach?
Juice wrote:Not withstanding “moral absolutism” or “moral universalism” can a precept for “Ockham’s Razor morality” be applied to all situations of moral incertitude or moral variability?
Juice wrote:Also, not withstanding any mental impairment and the problems as those may produce, is it possible to consider that if a man always considers what is in his best interest that a Ockham’s Razor approach to morality can be achieved?
wilmarr90 wrote:does morality create to neutralize the strength of the strong and the one who benefit from it is the weak? correct or wrong?
Juice wrote:wilmarr90- Wouldn't a true morality serve all of humanity no matter what the physicality of the individual as long as the affect was to have one and all achieve an equal moral character?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 3 guests