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38 thoughts on “Science can answer moral questions | Sam Harris | Danh Sách nội dung nhắc đến zeta potential là gì Đầy đủ

  1. bitchy bajwa says:

    Only reason that I watched this video was bcz I saw women in Abaya in the thumbnail of this video. I wear both veil and abaya so I was here to see what this man has got to tell me about myself. I am thankfull that he showed to the audience the both extremes (Abaya and naked).
    I personally have become less strict to myself about my dressing and Abaya from the last two years bcz I realised that I was being an extremist But I will always prefer Abaya over nudity if I had to choose 1000 times it will always be Abaya and not even 0.000001% of nakedness. The speaker was just in his opinion unlike most of the people who will just come and put a label on us.

  2. boogieplex says:

    You can tell Sam was emotionally effected when describing a father “shame killing “ his daughter if she was raped. I know Sam has daughters,as do I.. Any culture that allows those kind of practices should be wiped from the face of the earth.

  3. 費艾哲 Fritz Isaac Khalil says:

    That line about how we can not respect and tolerate vast differences in the notions about how disease spreads, what a good point. Look what that kind of toleration got us. He's dead right, we can't tolerate or respect such ideas. We have so many people dead because they want to have their own ideas of how disease spreads.

  4. Sachin Hettiarachchi says:

    Well said Sam! And yes science can answer moral questions without religious beliefs. "Religion is the opium of the mass" Karl Marx. Most religions criticize psychology. Overall, science hold the supreme values and it helps to cure such diseases. All religions will be vanished when scientific ideologies emerege. "GEEKS SHALL INHERIT THE EARTH".

  5. Sug Madick says:

    This is why I like Jordan Peterson. He integrates science, religion and philosophy to discuss the psychological/neuroscientific underpinnings of ancient stories of morality.

    I really need to go rewatch his biblical series.

  6. Stephen Muga says:

    Sam, I'm sorry, but, in this talk, you didn't present anything of substance regarding science and morality. Most of what you put out can be summarized in one word: sentimental.

  7. HSDO says:

    I mean there is this idea that the human mind the individuals experience and the society it in. I view like a puzzle piece. Some pieces fit together better than other. The thing is these are complex pieces that are constantly changing. I think you can be objective if you change the perimeter/parameters. You can view things as above subjective means yes technically morality is subjective but we have to view it in space that subjective and objective. Reminds me of superposition in quantum mechanics. I think that's as good as we can get. Well, I may be wrong but I courage you to offer new ideas. Views things as above subjective is also humble and since things are always changing it opens the door for them to change.

  8. June VanDerMark says:

    "“There is nothing divine about morality; it is a purely human affair.” Albert Einstein. From the book … The Final Inequality, by L. J. Ludovici."Morals at any given moment have always been as good, or as bad, as our imaginations credit them, for the morals (from the Latin, mores: customs) means simply customs, and they keep changing all the time in all the corners of the world."

  9. omar magdy says:

    When will atheists stop judging religions by people who follow these religions humans do bad things all the time not just Muslims Christians or whatever religion this makes no sense to me and he almost all the time would pick the extremist's of those religions maybe educate yourself and read :/

  10. Sòù Lèf says:

    I don't see why he's talking about islam this way! Like he really forgot the first objective of the talk which is the use of science to explain morals. When we're talking about morals we're not only talking about women and how they wear hidjab in a hot day! No sir, you must read more about any religion to know what it really is. We should not confuse what people are doing with their religion!

  11. Sarath Kaaranat says:

    He should have simply come up to say "Sorry, I don't understand philosophy". Science is a brilliant tool, but still is a tool alone. It doesn't tell you what to do with it. The single motivation behind this talk seems to be to counter religious morality. I don't think you need to go to the extent of this false claim to counter religious morality. Atheists (I'm also one) are not the only people trying to change religious morality. There are a large number of people who are practicing religion who try and do this. It is difficult to see such people if you are blinded by militant atheism. Also, religious morality has changed largely across centuries and this did not happen because peer-reviewed research papers indicated so. Notions of right and wrong changes as generations change. Sam's notion of what is right and wrong also do not come from science, it comes from the humanistic thought that we share in the present. I'm sure many things that we consider to be right will be considered really wrong in the centuries to come.

  12. Some Guy says:

    "for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,"
    Romans 3:23

    "For the wages of sin is death, but the free gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord."
    Romans 6:23

    "But God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us."
    Romans 5:8

    "that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved;"
    Romans 10:9

    "And He said to them, “Go into all the world and preach the gospel to all creation.  He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned."
    Mark 16:15‭-‬16

  13. Everything's Fine says:

    The problem with this is morals are not a matter , which it means science has nothing to do with morals ,
    You can prove a painful way of execution and less painfully ways , scientifically. But you can’t never prove that execution is wrong or right dr harris , you are confusing the good use of science with the standard of the society you live in , and with morals and matter generally

  14. asdabbagh says:

    If Mr. Harris cares so much about significant injustice for women, why doesn't he ponder how Jewish women are denied inheretance from their father if he had boys, or boy grand kids before the father's daughter could inheret anything. Isn't that more injustice than what a woman may or may not choose to wear. How about talking about Palestinian Muslim women who get dragged by their hair by Israeli soldiers because they dare to fend for their young children if they dare to stand ground against the Israeli occupying army who humiliate them on check points every day. It is really hypocritical to pick and choose when you talk about ethics, morality, right and wrong! Stand up for ALL kind of Muslim women's right to choose to live for a start, and live in dignity and literal freedom from the oppression of the only democracy in the middle east (Israel) – supported by the biggest ethical democracy in the world and its philosophers-. I will then respect your argument to really try to find out if muslim women cover their hair by choice.

  15. Henry Q Vines says:

    White guy in a suit in air conditioned room gets standing ovation from white people after explaining how we shouldn't respect certain ways of living. Remember back when there were tribes?

  16. Taylor Shortall says:

    I agree with Sam, he’s articulate, intelligent, and atheistic. However he’s just the latest of
    A history full of enlightened, intelligent people speaking the truth. Problem is he’s preaching to the choir. The only people listening are critical thinking humans. Sam Harris has not persuaded or changed any minds. Do you believe an idiotic, obtuse, ignorant person can even understand what Sam and many others are saying. Winston Churchill said it best ‘ the best argument against Democracy is a 5 minute conversation with an average voter’.

  17. Andrew Dixon says:

    Sam talks about people in the west having freedom to choose to wear a veil whilst saying in Islamic countries they do not but Sam is also a determinist so understands the slippery slope when talking about when we are free to choose and when we are not.

  18. James 007 says:

    Sam Harris is an idiot. He always compares the best of science to the worst of religion. He neglected to mention that Christianity is the fertile ground in which science flourished from.

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