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Brooke Saylor 10am Reading Review #2 Word Count: Summary Interview four is all about data. Isa spends a majority of the interview trying to prove to Libby that moral absolutes can be proven by the scientific method. Isa explains that she believes philosophy has data, and that this data is found in ordinary experiences. Isa starts by explaining the four horizons of experience that everyone experiences. The first horizon is personal experience. This horizon deals with what is right, wrong, good, and bad. This horizon is not to be confused with a conscience because this horizon only distinguishes a difference while a conscience pushes an individual to make certain decisions over others. The second horizon is interpersonal moral behavior, which is how individuals treat each other. This horizon includes any action between two individuals… arguing, counseling, commanding, blaming, praising, etc. The third horizon of moral data is moral language which is the meaning or moral words. Isa argues that every moral experience
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