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Section 5 Morality as Secular and Utilitarian Patrick Nowell Smith holds that not only are ethics based upon philosophical reasoning secular ethics different from and autonomous from ethics based upon religion but philosophical ethics is superior to religious ethics. Secular ethics are a more mature and reasonable basis for morality. This is so because it is not so absolutist and considers consequences. Reason based morality understands that moral rules are intended for rational animals and to serve a purpose. The rules are needed to resolve conflicts. The rules are for convenience. The rules govern by mutual consent.
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The question of what drives us—what great force underlies our motivation as individuals, propelling us forward through all manner of trying circumstance—was a matter of longtime fascination for psychologist Alfred Adler. After all, perfection likely does not exist, and therefore cannot be reached, meaning that efforts to do so are invariably frustrating and can come full circle to create an extreme lack of motivation i. Adler postulated that since we all have various issues and shortcomings as people, our personalities develop largely through the ways in which we do or do not compensate for or overcome these inherent challenges. Instead, he saw this phenomenon as a result of the fact that boys are encouraged to be assertive in life, and girls are discouraged from the very same thing. Nietzsche, of course, considered the will to power the basic motive of human life.
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