Morality Apart From Opinion: "Borders" vs. "The Possibility of Evil".
Philosophers agree on something called "objective moral values". By that, they mean that certain things are right and wrong, whether or not people believe they are right or wrong. Though humans are created uniquely with different characters, these distinctive personalities must be expressed creatively under the same universal standard of morality. The conduct of any one individual should not escape the whispers of morality's calling. In the two short stories of "Borders" and "The Possibility of Evil", there are two characters who are reasonably similar in personality. But one could see th…
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