Unreasonable customs become unreasonable moral rules then unreasonable laws

There seems to be a natural progression found in all human societies. Long before a society has explicit moral rules it has social customs, which may have been unchanged for millennia. The customs have their roots in the society’s natural and human environment. They may be appropriate for that environment, in its particular time and […]


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  1. Shavetalebidoux says:

    Actually, if the United States had remained a British Colony, slavery would have ended with the Slavery Abolition Act 1833, a good three decades before the Americans got around to it.

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