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Do you agree that Moral Truths are higher level or supersede Scientific truths/facts?

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 20:07:53    Popularity:     

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Example: you have two contradictory truths but you have to chose one. - The scientific truth deals with the material world and so from your limited exposure and knowledge, it is a fact. - But choosing the scientific factual truth leads to the extincti

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Yes. Science explains stuff. It can't provide meaning, love, friendship, companionship, or hope.

Yes

As morally right as anyone could think they are, if science proves otherwise, who is right?

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  Error in analogy, real is real, fake is fake, the moral of the story says, but the factors are,

If you walk into a volcano, you will go to a happy place to appease the imagination
If you avoid the dangers of lava pits, you live another day,

If you are wise you will stay here while I go and test all the apples on the tree, cause of being that apples may be poison, so you stay here and starve, while I go out and live another day .

Truths are not valid enough in mindsets that are predisposed to adults thinking, those allusions have cost humans billions of lives, and thousands of ages in loss time, those moral trues, are only valid for those that already figured out the facts of a volcano, or the survival of deception in which to manipulate the masses over a cliff whilst standing by with food in hand.

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Things that are true do not contradict with other things that are true. Don't forget about the concept of degrees of freedom - meaning that not everything negates something else or affirms it. For instance, you can be short and hungry. Or tall and hungry. One doesn't impact the other. There can be physical truths and moral truths - we don't have to choose between them; they are not mutually exclusive.

No. Moral truth is subjective largely depending on culture, society, and law. Scientific truth is wholly objective based on robustly established knowledge, it has no inherent level or moral value in itself.

Any moral value of science relates to how the scientific truth is used within a culture, society, or in an attempt to objectify law. I would put any moral "truth" way down the scale based on the fact that it was a subjective unquantifiable judgement exercised by someone else, subject to review, and non universal.

Moral truths are established to control the actions of others. Contrast USA and Russia, or UK and China, or the more controversial moral issues of pro life or gun control, there seem to be some differences of opinion

If it is in your brain, it is brain or logic.

Any science that helps human beings is more useful than science that harms human beings. That doesn’t require deep moral insight. It is virtually self-evident and as such could be considered scientific EVEN THOUGH IT IS A PART OF THE MORAL REALM. I don’t think that science works without the moral dimension but morality certainly works without science. Does that make morality more important? If measured by their usefulness to mankind, science may be more profound but morality is more essential.

No I don't agree. Practicality outweighs intangibility every time.



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