Its like a support group for childless people By "support group" I mean a narcissistic cult full of miserable people trying to drag everyone down with them
My Nan is probably the only one that understands my on the topic of child rearing and abortion tbh.
What's wrong lad, that's a standard weekend out. Don't tell me you're one of those losers who sits at home on a Friday night hahaha, us cool kids all go to the local playground and murder a few toddlers before going for a cheeky nandos
I thought it was a refrigeration unit that caught fire. The migrants just walked out without warning anyone
Well if you set the bar for morality at viewing people 100,000 years or more removed from your lineage as the same as your parents, siblings or children then yeah, it's completely artificial and taught. My point is there are rough morals that are innate, but they differ between individuals so the only thing that's universal among differnt groups is the existence or prevelance of the same, again very rough morals. And I should've added yes many moral principles naturally end at dealing with the tribe, but interestingly not all of them (at least in my opinion, but I won't digress from the main points I'm trying to make). But where those principles that don't normally extend toutside the tribe are extended, like fostering good will between trading partners for example, that outlook and behaviour, reasoning (which yes factors into moral decisions is a point I think you were making) is there because of innate moral tendencies all the same. An analogy might be that a man can learn to fly a plane because he has better reaction times and can opperate under stress and is more intelligent than a chimp, despite man not having evolved alongside aeroplanes.
Seriously if morality intrests you as it does me, read some CS Lewis tbh. Or anyone who's written about innate morality (or moralities).The way Lewis makes the case for their existence is more compelling than my post could be.
I doubt future Chinese will think of it that way tbh lad
That was nuff rumours smh
Is Truther Asitis saying that we should kick the Poles out?
I still think it's a result of necessity in group organisation and cooperation and what follows is basically a rough cultural/ biological evolution of that factoring in alot of historical trends as well. The reason I don't like arguing grand narratives like this is simply there are so many things to factor in.
I think I agree with you really, I've just a different way of defining/understanding morality. I get there's infinite complexity in the way we're shaped by accident of history and it's result, the nebulous concepts of culture or society, at that unwinding and understanding/explaining it all is about as complex and unfinished as fully understanding genetics. I definitely don't discount the way cultures drift or conversely stagnate because of aspects that perpetuate themselves. I don't argue for a kind of nation wide genetic determinism.