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  • It’s all fine and good to say that society needs a firm moral foundation to succeed. How do you take into account different cultures and different value systems from different people around the world? Morals will vary dramatically from culture to culture, and in some cases they will be polar opposites to each other. How do we resolve this to the mutual benefit of all parties?

    It is human nature to be selfish at a very fundamental level. It is in our nature to take advantage when the opportunity presents itself, whether the gain be political, economic, psychological or even emotional. Everything we do is selfish at some level. Selfishness is tempered by morality to some degree.

    But who gets to decide what the ‘correct’ moral foundation is for everyone?

    Thanks Ken for your comments really appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts keep it coming! Alan

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