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1 Engineering a comfortable death

2 The idea of a comfortable death

3 The meaning of life

4 Optimal sex and a comfortable death instead of God

5 Committing suicide

6 Nature, our enemy

7 Better prepare for death

8 Arbitrary moral values

9 Sexual arrangements

10 Brain chemistry and improved orgasms

References:

1 Hogan, Robert, Moral conduct and moral character: A psychological perspective, Psychological Bulletin, Vol 79(4), Apr 1973, 217-232.

2 Charles E. Larmore, Patterns of Moral Complexity, Pages displayed by permission of Cambridge University Press. Copyright.

3 Hoffman, Martin L., Development of moral thought, feeling, and behavior, American Psychologist, Vol 34(10), Oct 1979, 958-966.

4 V.Kerry Smith , Arbitrary values, good causes, and premature verdicts, Journal of Environmental Economics and Management Volume 22, Issue 1, January 1992, Pages 71-89

5 Elliot Turiel, Conflict and Transition in Adolescent Moral Development, Child Development Vol. 45, No. 1 (Mar., 1974), pp. 14-29