Telling Right from Wrong
Yonatan Zunger

More generally, you can’t derive moral principles from reason, because you can reason -from- a moral intuition but you can’t reason -to- one. Morals are feelings, emotions, not algorithms. I care strongly about my kin and personal friends; I don’t much care whether the author of this piece lives or dies.

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