Re: virus: Morality
Mon, 26 Feb 1996 23:10:35 -0500

<<Where doesn morality come from? Can atheists be moral?>>

Read _Beyond Morality_ by Richard Garner Temple University Press, 1994.
Richard Garner is a professor in the Philosophy Dept. Ohio State Univ. He
is also co-author of _Society and the Individual_.

Paraphrased from the liner notes:

He makes a case for amoralism also called "anti-realism". He discussed
non-Christian and Western cultural traditions of morality. He believes a
blend of attributes (other than secular or religious moral systems) are more
effective in producing a decent world. These attributes are: compassion,
non-duplicity and clerity about the use and limits of language.

Dynamically Optimistic!
Davin C. Enigl, MS, MEAS
Senior Microbiologist

Hazard Analysis/Critical Control Point Validations
Food, Cosmetic and Pharmaceutical Industry Consultant

February 26, 1996
8:06 pm