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Our view ...
Moral arguments must always be based on the Golden Rule (“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you") and the principle that action must make people better off. This rule underlies all social rules and customs. Murder is wrong because society is destroyed unless there are laws against murder. But, by the same token, society has a responsibility to eradicate as far as possible those social conditions which create murderers.
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See • TT Humanist : Forum : Commentary :
- Should a leader impose belief over reason?
- Catholics criticise Government's Draft Gender Policy?
- TT Humanist Statement on 2005-2006 Budget Speech
- What, exactly do the humanists of our country stand for?
- Humanism, secularism and public policy
- "Arrest the moral deterioration in the Carnival"
See • TT Humanist : Forum : Letters :
- "Witness? Or eyes wide shut!"
- "A religious song and dance routine!"
- "State sponsored abstinence abuse! "
- "High Court Judge stepped out of her crease"
- "The Draft Gender Policy ... intended to benefit the society as a whole"
- "Keep your faith to yourself, Justice Soo Hon"