Ok, let's put it this way: do you think the moral foundation of the western world is ambiguous to the point of not been really moral but rather a product of individualism?
Now that I think about it. Having traveled through Europe extensively, I don't think one could assess all of "Western" society. I think when it comes to Europe, there is an actual cultural foundation. I guess what you are referring to is, "the matrix for behavior" to guide or to steer human beings within a society down a particular path. European nations have plenty of that. But it is hard to see without proper perspective. When it comes to the U. S. things are different, because this nation was founded on the belief that anyone of any religion, cultural background, political ideology, etc., etc. could become a citizen as long as the agreed to abide by our Constitution and to the principles this nation was founded upon.Morality was born out of respecting each other under our laws. We can debate whether or not we lived up to the principles and ideals. But again, I think you should ask a more direct question. Why not just state the moral foundation you want, then make your argument for why you think it is right.
Me niether lolDon't matter 😅😂🤣
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