It Is Called Morality

The subject of morality is not a stranger to articles and treatise’ being written about it by philosophers and social commentators who have been engaging in its mysteries for millenniums.

The professional community has been prolific in its discussion on the subject of codifying groupings of human behaviours and analysing human principles that seem to under-gird them.   As is pretty typical of human behaviour itself, the combined involvement of professional, academic and novice commentators on the subject of morality and its underlying psychological structures has finely shredded most of the research of it into an almost nonsensical haze of triple stapled meaning.  And so then, the question begs “Why would I enter into this forest of dense undergrowth and towering hardwoods when it is obvious that I do not belong in this dark over-bearing place?”