Answer: Egoism, how beneficial it is to society.
Question: Old people always think young people are immoral. What do you think?
Answer: I believe that young people go through their own path of development which leads them to even higher moral development than the previous generation.
Question: How should morality be assessed from the point of view of evolution: as an invented cultural set of rules or something else?
Answer: Morality is our mutual relationship in the single organism of the soul which we must evaluate, define, and fulfill.
Question: Do animals have any moral standards?
Answer: They are not moral but instinctive, natural.
Question: What is the difference between the concepts of morality, ethics, and spirituality from your point of view?
Answer: None. If these conditions are met correctly, then they are all the same.
Question: Is there a difference between male and female morality?
Answer: No. This is expressed only at the animate level by the fulfillment of these moral conditions and nothing more.
Question: How do you feel about the ethical, moral people who follow all the rules?
Answer: I treat them like little children.
Question: Have you ever done anything that goes against your moral standards?
Answer: Obviously, yes.
Question: What, in your opinion, is most likely to stimulate people’s moral behavior?
Question: What should be higher: interests of the state expressed in legal regulations or man’s own worldview, his vision of fair behavior in a particular situation?
Answer: Public opinion. I must obey it even if I am in conflict with it.
Question: How do morality and ethics affect human intelligence?
Answer: To the extent that I can be guided by the ethics and morality of the environment and my personal space, to that extent I go right to the highest goal.
Question: Is it possible to have such a state in society when taking care of oneself is considered immoral?
Answer: Everything that is not for the benefit of society is immoral.
Question: What do you think the public morality of the future may be in developed countries?
Answer: Developed countries are those that constantly and consistently develop and adapt “love your neighbor” as the highest law of development of their societies.
From KabTV’s “Communication Skills” 10/9/20