Is there such a thing as objective morality? If there is, does that suggest a moral law giver? Peter Kreeft, distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Boston ...
I think he's nailed it on evolution, conscience, and human nature. Although I agree with him about reason, he didn't prove his point, but asserted it. (It's possible that the reasoning of wicked men is flawed reasoning. I don't think so, but some wise people -- Plato, Aristotle, Socrates -- did.)Not sure about utilitarianism.I would like to hear more about the "since it isn't that..." bit. Sure, since right and wrong are not physical characteristics, they are outside physical reality. Certainly: they are abstractions. I don't know if abstractions are supernatural."If there is a moral command, there must be a moral commander": sounds logical, but I want to hear more of why. OK, so it's a 5-minute video. Credit to Kreeft for a clear explanation in a complex topic.
Thanks for posting; I will have to look at some others in that series.
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