[quote author=“vryc”]3n7r0py wote:
It’s very Buddhist, “help others, do not harm others”. Everyone knows what morality is - we’re ingrained with good and bad at birth.
I am not aware of any evidence that shows this. A baby is just as apt to hit as to gently caress, to bite as to kiss. Morality, like Theism is taught, is learned. If this were NOT the case then everyone would have the exact/identical same set of good and bad habits from birth. We have similar responses to stimuli as other infants when we are born simply as a rule of genetic instinct but this is not close to being the same thing.
we do however develop empathy neurons, that allow us to “feel” the pain of others…there is most likely more to be discovered, but it is quite possible some of the things we define as moral have a biological basis and are not “taught”.