Method and Moral Theory Implications

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Introduction: Implications for human experience and for religion:

Impications for human experience:

  • The introduction features questions of our moral beliefs and therefore makes us uncertain of what to believe or follow.
  • Jamieson states that society isn't as uniform as it once was. This causes implications human experience, in particular the wider community because we have different ideas about morality.
  • Everyone has different ideas of how to be moral and identify different things to be important within their lives. This causes an implication for human experience as there


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