[caption id="attachment_4713" align="alignright" width="300"] Image created using Bit Strips.[/caption] Most have heard of the Golden Rule , even if they don't know that is what it's called. It takes the form of, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." Also, "What you wish upon others, you wish upon yourself." Bernard Gert's 10 Moral Rules are below: (1) Do not kill. (2) Do not cause pain. (3) Do not disable. (4) Do not deprive of freedom. (5) Do not deprive of pleasure. (6) Do not deceive. (7) Do not cheat. (8) Keep your promise. (9) Obey the law. (10) Do your duty. But there are problems with blindly following the moral rules above, which is why Gert himself states that they aren't absolutes. What if the law says to kill a person? Do we then decide to rank the values? Well, the first one says do not kill, so maybe it supercedes the rest? But we kill plants and animals to survive. I kill a bug when it inv
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