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You might divide morality and ethics into seperate scientific and engineering domains. Nothing about physics tells you what you ought to do if you would like to build a machine, nor what machines you should build. But if you want to build a machine it informs what you can or cannot do. Nor does any scientific conclusion imply what experiment you ought to ...


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For my philosophy, Morality is at the central place of any Empiricism. Human's true understanding is always metaphoric and "correct" within his or her own context at that particular moment when he or she formed such a metaphor, in this deeper philosophical sense, everyone is right and this is exactly the basis of the universal belief: everyone has ...


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By asking, instead of what is moral, what a person can be persuaded is moral. This is basically an empirical question; we may run experiments where we try to persuade people of different moral positions. Recognize that it doesn't matter to you what is objectively moral, unless you can also be persuaded that it is moral. If it's "moral" but does ...


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