Right vs. Wrong, a morality question
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|Thu, 06-17-2004 - 5:11pm|
Are there certain things in your mind that are absolutely, without a doubt, wrong? Are there exceptions to it under certain circumstances, or is it always wrong?
I'll give an example. You could say, "Killing a person is wrong." But what if it is in self-defense? What if you have to kill in order to not be killed? Is it still wrong?
What about consequences? If you do something you think is wrong, are you prepared for the consequences?
Just thought this could be interesting. I'll post my list and dishwasher thoughts after a few people respond.