What is more critical, to hear the broad moral statements, the ethical imperatives, or the legal and practical details? - or might it be important to hear both?
- Can a moral imperative exist in a real and serious way without being translated into action?
"All the people witnessed the thunder and lightning, the blare of the horn and the mountain smoking; and when the people saw it, they fled and stood at a distance."
Do we - as human beings, as children - learn more by love or by fear? By threats or rewards?...