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Can Science Teach Us Right and Wrong?

Science improves well-being, but can it also instruct us how to behave?

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Advances in science seen over the past few decades appear to give more and more weight to the idea that scientific knowledge has the authority to tell us how to behave better.

To give one example: the discovery that the world’s climate is changing — and…




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