Is there a basis for universal morality among humans?

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While some have their doubts, John Mikhail thinks the evidence points to yes. Today’s post is an interview with Mikhail in which he summarizes his case that, beneath all the surface differences we see on moral issues, a common moral sense is as much a part of the human makeup as is Chomsky’s universal grammar.

Enjoy!

http://philosophybites.com/2011/06/john-mikhail-on-universal-moral-grammar.html

 

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