Thursday, February 24, 2011
On Race and Morality
There are perhaps not many different human races. Though there are obvious exterior differences between us, the genetic variation is very small. Even if the concept of race is valid, from a moral point of view we are one big family: we are all humans with hopes and dreams, capable of good or evil deeds. No matter what genes we have, or what the color of our skin is, we all have a right to a minimally decent life, in the pursuit of our own happiness.