Natural Morality

C. S. Lewis from The Problem of Pain (Harper Collins 2001):

The moralities accepted among men may differ – though not, at bottom, so widely as is often claimed – but they all agree in prescribing a behaviour which their adherents fail to practise. All men alike stand condemned, not by an alien code of ethics, but by their own, and all men therefore are conscious of guilt.

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