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Even though philosophy has not been able to prove conclusively the existence of God, still the question of how we ought to lead our lives is a philosophical question of some gravity. If a moral problem is thought of as a situation which has the potential to help or harm other persons (including ourselves), then determining how we should act might be partly based on empirical factors.

 


 

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