Re: Rights and Morality: The Primethic Decision

Michael Lorrey (
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 19:39:32 -0400 wrote:
> In a message dated 97-09-28 12:47:03 EDT, you write:
> << >Lots of things that are moral can be anti-survival. >>
> This posses a question for DEFINITION of morallity is that which
> tends toward promoting survival...Ethical/Moral=pro-survival.
> EvMick

Right on Mick. This is the central fault of liberal morality. It puts
higher virtue on morals that are anti-survival. The more anti-survival,
the more virtuous. I guess it stems from the subconcious nihilism of the
victim mentality. It's a false piety that ranks along with self toruture
as a mode of transcendant meditation.

This is why so many liberal political policies always seem to run
against normal human motivations, why so many of the soft sciences try
to fight what is rather than working with the flow. This is why so many
liberals find capitalism and free markets to be immoral.

			Michael Lorrey
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