In an interview about the book with ignatius insight

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In an interview about the book with Ignatius Insight , Budziszewski states, “Let me begin with a little clarification: I don't claim that everyone knows everything. Genuine ignorance and confusion are possible about the moral details. It is only the moral basics that I claim we
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"can't not know." In theory this may make sense, however he forgets that there are more factors to why people have ignorance about what we “can't not know” (Ignatius Insight) For example mental illness or impairment, depending on the amount of damage people in this state have a hard time knowing even the basics of right and wrong and often it has to be rigorously taught to them. This is a sign that it nurture and not nature that passes down our moral compass, and being that it is relative and needs to be taught, there is a strong possibility that the wrong moral principles can be passed down. This might be a stretch, but if there is even one human being that the foundational moral principle does not apply to, then the foundation itself is not stable and can crack or break. With this foundation of common sense being gone no one in the world can possibly be completely good and that God’s allowance of freewill coupled with this lack of correct moral knowledge in everyone is why we have evil in the world.
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