INHERENTLY HUMAN #7, Good and Evil

Episode 7 December 16, 2018 00:46:29
INHERENTLY HUMAN #7, Good and Evil
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Show Notes

Haley Sage, Willis Homann, lifeguards at Portland State University's Recreation Center pool, join Inherently Human hosts Aden Debord and Jim Newman, in a broad-ranging discussion of human moralality. The question: are people led primarily by a moral sense, or instinct?

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