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Evolutionary Ethics

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on May 6, 2002 23:35:28 UTC

The ethics of evolution for the most part is dog eat dog, at least as far as humans are concerned. I have often said that evolution was fact but evil on this forum. Evolution comes from competition according to Darwin. We now know differently, it being as well due to mutations (which happen with every conception according to genetics) and isolation of groups. But the original theory of evolution was used to justify evil. Hitler used it for example. So ethics do come from evolution. Just the ethics are not good.

Regards,

Richard

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