Answer 4 questions.
2-4 paragraphs for each questions
1-People commonly choose to act to conform to popular opinion. If popular opinion led to the same conclusions arrived at through moral reasoning, would it still be important to engage in moral philosophy? Why or why not? Support your answer with an example.
2-Is it possible to be moral without believing in God? Why or why not?
3-What difference, if any, is there between something being wrong and something being against the law
4-Are some acts right or wrong regardless of what anyone happens to believe? If so, what explains that fact? (Subjectivism chapter)