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Old 07-12-2010, 05:16 PM   #65
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Re: Is it possible for man to live a moral life without religion?

By that I just mean an individual's personal code of conduct. Instead of an objective, universal code of conduct. I think an individual can base his personal code of conduct on reason, keeping it devoid of 'subconscious beliefs' and shit.

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.Both should be pursuing the same supreme values of life and pleasure, and those are values that any human, no matter where you are, should have if they want to live a "good" life as a human.
Yeah, that's pretty much around as far as I can get. Only way I can define an objective morality is by keeping it pretty vague. Once I try to add specifics or details then it starts falling apart. = /
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