[ExI] Psychology and Religion

hkhenson hkhenson at rogers.com
Wed Dec 12 02:07:53 UTC 2007

At 06:02 PM 12/11/2007, Terry wrote:

>Someone said that morality is rationality. Not always so. Sometimes
>"you can lead a horse to the water but you cannot make him drink."
>Rationality may help one to be moral but not the other way around. A
>child's irrational behavior is neither moral nor immoral. Some adults
>behave like a child due to psychological trauma.
>Science and technology are tools for understanding reality without
>clinging to what is considered logical or moral. What is moral to one
>tribe is immoral to another. Where can you find the logic in that?

I think you may be out of your depth here.

Perhaps you might ask for a source list.


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