How is morality not a social construct?
According to Gazzaniga’s book The Ethical Brain (2005), humans are hardwired for morality. However, if morality is a physiological function, then how would it manifest socially if it is an innate feature that requires intelligence to be communicated, negotiated, acknowledged, and accepted? How wouldn’t morality be a socially human construct despite it’s innate properties?
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