Re: Is it possible for man to live a moral life without religion?
^It'd also be possible to have a 'subjective' individual morality so long as it's also based on reason, wouldn't you say? Which would also make for a morality without subconscious belief in those scenarios as well.
Like, hmm. I can either take the steps or use an elevator to get to the top floor of a building. Both options are logical means of reaching the top floor. Someone is a stair guy, someone else is an elevator guy.
I'm not really completely sold on the idea of an objective morality, despite actually liking the concept (I really try to think of what the objective morality would be, but I can't think of anything concrete that isn't extremely open or general). Simply because I think it's possible for people to be logical while believing in different things.