Up@dawn 2.0

Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Group 2

Hello. Yesterday we had a fun class period where we ended up having a discussion on how we as a society can have a conversation to form the rules of the land. We can have our own opinions on what is right or wrong to us, but we do not have the necessary evidence to prove that what we believe to be wrong is wrong. We discussed how we can use debate and conversation to persuade people to come to the same opinion as us to form a general consensus. However, even if the majority is in agreement about a topic about whether something is good or bad there is still no proof for the goodness or the badness of the action of a person or the person in question. Is there really good and evil if we do not have the ability to prove that things are good and evil?  

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