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  1. #1 Is the reflex system "good" for the organism? 
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    If the system of reflexes is not "good" for the organism
    then the organism will not be favored by the natural selection.

    The above is supposed to be the argument/evidence
    for an instinct to be equivalent to a moral decision.

    While I think it over why dont you disprove the idea?

    (To moderators: Im not sure if this is the proper subforum for the thread,
    but I will later put consciousness in the picture so I decided on "psychology".)

    Last edited by sigurdW; August 20th, 2012 at 03:53 PM.
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