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Unformatted text preview: This allows us to think about morals scientifically/ empirically We should take more responsibility for our ethics o Human flourishing depends on: Morality Openness to friendship Ability to exercise realized capacities o John Rawls’ “original position”: Behind a “veil of ignorance” we would try to make the most just and fair society possible • Morals far from cultural relativism o Where do morals come from? Human evolution Different environments/ situations o We don’t need religion to have a meaningful life If religion is the only reason you live morally then that is very dubious...
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- Fall '10
- John Rawls, Owen Flanagan, morals Nonreductive physicalism