The Facts of Morality


‘If our well-being depends upon the interaction between events in our brains and events in the world, and there are better and worse ways to secure it, then some cultures will tend to produce lives that are more worth living than others; some political persuasions will be more enlightened than others; and some world views will be mistaken in ways that cause needless human misery.’

Harris, S. 2010. The Moral Landscape: How Science Can Determine Human Values New York, United States: Free Press p. 126

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