50 VLOGS! Thanks for watching all these weeks! You guys are the best fans on Youtube, hands down.
There are two ways to talk about morality: descriptively and normatively. Here I'm speaking descriptively with a lot of help from Jonathan Haidt's The Righteous Mind: Why Good People Disagree About Politics and religion (http://amzn.to/12ZMO1f). The normative project I have to leave up to you (or later vlogs). I've tried to loosely move a theme through 3 videos, making vlogs 48, 49, and 50 the Morality Trilogy. The reason why I number the vlogs is so I can reference back like this.
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