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Topic: Is there a basis in nature for morality? Is there such a thing as a natural right or wrong; natural law, or natural justice? Can human beings know something about right and wrong through the use of unaided reason (i.e., without the help of revealed religion)? Explain.

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Evidence shows there is no basis in nature for morality. The words, 'moral and immoral' are mere inventions.  Morals are connected to so-called, right or wrong actions, and who determines what's bad or good?  Planet Earth houses an infinite diversity of countries, cultures, groups, and types of people with many ideas that differ throughout regions. Who can say this group is right and that one is wrong? As Shakespeare said, "The world's a stage and we are all Actors" playing a part in the story of creation

Is there such a thing as a natural right or wrong; natural law, or natural justice?  No or yes? How can this answer be really known? We can say a natural way is "nature's" method of operation. For example, one may think it is right or correct for families to remain together (married  until ...

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Solution discusses if there is a basis in nature for morality or is there such a thing as a natural right or wrong; natural law, or natural justice? The question of human being acting out right and wrong through the use of unaided reason (i.e., without the help of revealed religion) is also referenced in a commentary of philosphy opinion.

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