Moral Psychology and the Misunderstanding of Religion1
This chapter discusses how moral psychology gives out proof and evidence on how it defines morality, the way it is not described by religion. It begins by stating the new synthesis in moral psychology: intuitive primacy but not dictatorship, moral thinking is for social doing, morality binds and builds, and morality is about more than harm and fairness. It argues that applying these new syntheses produces foundations which may lead to New Atheism, and refutes what religion has believed in.
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