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Mar 12 '16 at 17:59 comment added ErikE Why do you want there to be a secular moral system? What good is it, why is it needed? Do you believe that there are things people ought to do or not do, and if so, why? Your own answer to that should be the start of discovering such a foundation for morality.
Mar 12 '16 at 16:02 answer Allonoi timeline score: -2
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May 7 '14 at 3:38 comment added Mozibur Ullah @Obelia: Sartre seems, from what little I know, to advocate the creation of new values from the self following Nietzsche; but Camus, if the Outsider, is any clue, seems to doubt that as a real, self-sustaining possibility.
May 6 '14 at 17:08 comment added Asphir Dom @obelia Recursive confusion. Supernatural is not needed even in religion, since everything is anyway a reflection of man. Supernatural is needed only to affirm or to seal the dogmas of moral as correct and accepted. But the ideas are all human. In existentialism those who exist have to do this dirty job of gods and boldly set the rules of moral. Simple, do not need gods be god yourself.
May 6 '14 at 4:06 comment added obelia The mid 20th century Euro existentialists (Camus, Satre, etc.) seem to me to be mostly concerned about how to build a moral framework without supernatural help.
May 5 '14 at 22:10 answer James Kingsbery timeline score: 3
May 5 '14 at 9:05 history tweeted twitter.com/#!/StackPhilosophy/status/463242963548913664
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