Tuesday, April 28, 2015
Moral Improvement (II of III)
The majority of moral theories propose that people often have bad or a low standard of good morals which can be a large contributor to most of the world’s contemporary issues. Since successful living in this world requires a group effort, it becomes obvious that these moral defects are problems in need of fixing.
But these moral deficits do not have an easy fix, as it becomes unclear of what psychological aspects of the mind for each person, who have their own situation and career, are in need of moral enhancements to help improve them.
Each of these people are different and it is difficult to conclude one definition of good morals that will best benefit them and help them benefit society.
Links for further reading:
Manipulating morals: scientists target drugs that improve behavior