How is there a divide between 'is' and 'ought'?

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  • How is there a divide between 'is' and 'ought'?


Answer #1 | 20/12 2013 06:46
More than likely, there is something else in the equation that we are missing. Every age thought it was the most advanced age. And most of the time, that was correct. And yet, we are still uncovering worlds of information we could never have even conceived of a few hundred years before. Most likely our ancestors will look back on today, and note how in the dark and foolish and insufficient our knowledge truly was. And who knows, maybe there really is some kind of concrete "spiritual" world somewhere beyond our perception or comprehension.

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