Getting Real About Morality: Insights from the Confluence of Evolutionary Socio-Biology and Moral Philosophy.
Morality is an aspect of human life that, when challenged and speculated upon never fails to ignite intense passion and social factioning. The implications of evolution offer a unique perspective in the process of objectively evaluating the fundamental components of human motivation, function, and ultimately purpose. A comprehensive socio-biological evolutionary accounting of human behavior offers moral philosophy the strongest starting point from whence to begin the discussions of ethics, politics, and policy or the oughts of modern society.
Glusenkamp, Noah, " Getting Real About Morality: Insights from the Confluence of Evolutionary Socio-Biology and Moral Philosophy." (2004). URC Student Scholarship.
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