Last updated on March 31st, 2019 at 02:53 pm
Moralism is more about the compulsion for doing moral things whereas Morality encompasses the hopeful impact of moral actions.
A common by-product of our increasingly complex lives, as modern citizens of the world, is that we have available to us hundreds of perspectives and deviations of any sort of thought; in an instant.
Suppose you were to research the science behind a new diet. Jump over to Google or maybe Youtube and what you would find are hundreds of people providing their 2 cents of anecdotal reasoning and the pontifying of that given method, fad, or diet. And again, you may find another hundred people demonizing the very same thing. Interesting enough, they often use the same words, the same sources, but just have different slants or opinions which causes even more confusion for us.
This makes wading through the massive amount of data out there, cumbersome, to say the least.
Key Working Idea: There are Complex Thoughts that are Butchered through Simplistic Thinking
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