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|Subject: Re: He Lost 95% of His "Friends"||Date: 10/22/2012 1:25 PM|
|Author: Frydaze1||Number: 183774 of 198479|
I think the point you made was overlooked. Please allow me to check if I got it:
Call it the moral intuition itself, the fact that we are bothered by questions like "Is it morally good to do x"
This is what I refer to as applied empathy (which is all I believe morality is anyway). But it sounds like you're suggesting that the reason we *have* empathy is God.
Did I get that right?
(My response will be on a different post, because I don't want to dilute this one.)
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