We are passing through an eerie phase of history in which the elements of common decency are treated as strange and unheard-of doctrines. Yet people are not as oblivious as they may seem to be, for there are certain moral principles that all people really know, even if they pretend to themselves that they don't. Knowing "what we can't not know" and how to make contact with it is crucial to cultural apologetics. j. budziszewski, moral law, ethics, morality, psychology, moral argument
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