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The Nature and Origins of Ethics

History and current status of moral reasoning

Questions of ethics reduce to judgements about behavior. We must decide if an action is likely to garner a desired outcome; when habitualization of an act or procedure is revealed to more likely result in attainment of what we aim for, that activity is preferred and becomes an inveteracy. When habits have implications for our social…