Is morality determined by gas?

John Clark (
Mon, 11 Jan 1999 11:08:09 -0500

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Terry Donaghe <>

>please explain how you can, in good faith, follow a philosophy
>which can be construed to justify anything.

Morality is important, civilization would be impossible without it. Far from denigrating morality I celebrate it, but it needs no approval from inanimate matter to justify it, such a thing would be an insult. Morality has a much more illustrious bloodline. Calling morality subjective is the greatest compliment you could give it because it means it's the product of the most important thing in the observational universe, intelligent sentient beings. The only thing that fits that bill are humans. Hydrogen gas has no say in the creation of ethics and that bothers me not at all.

John K Clark
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