"I'm not intending to appeal to authority or to invoke it, but it's pretty easy to see that the claims to moral revelation don't really pan out and that the idea of morality being a private matter of one's own heart (or feelings)…"
"The last sentence in the article says: " Morality was once revealed, inherited and shared, but now it’s thought of as something that emerges in the privacy of your own heart." The second part of that sentence is…"
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Clemson University and Rutland Institute for Ethics
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My interest is primarily in the public discussion of controversial issues associated with abortion, gay marriage, racism, the death penalty, terrorism, drug legalization, affirmative action, physician-assisted suicide, etc.
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