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    • Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts - The New York Times
      In summary, our public schools teach students that all claims are either facts or opinions and that all value and moral claims fall into the latter camp. The punchline: there are no moral facts. And if there are no moral facts, then there are no moral truths.
    • Religious or not, we all misbehave
      People who had identified themselves as religious or nonreligious when they registered for a newly published study study committed both moral and immoral deeds with “comparable frequency,” researchers said (Science)

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