I studied Ethics and psychology for three years, and the ins and outs of ethics are so many it's a haunting sight to say the elast. Ethics are not logical because they often work based on applied values and are as a general base, not always a recommendation of the well being of many. They just work their way because of what we find ethically correct, which I suppose stems from our emotional register, and thus is actually part of all that discussion. I am so awful at talking and writing because I oftne mix up the words too, so I probably should shut up when it comes to scientific stuff, as the meaning of words seems pretty vital there.
Faith, Reason and Truth
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