The crises of values and the sake of man: atheism and apriorism
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No one can take away dignity and responsibility from the man who responds to God, but atheism prescinds them and denies transcendence to those who feel the need for salvation in the inadequacy to achieve the desired goods.
In this precariousness and insecurity selfishness is fostered.
In continuity, apriorism unties comprehension from experience and considers ethics only a descriptive science of morality.
However, the need for truth leads us to understand how the reality of morality is given in experience: the ego meets duty and places it in relation to good with questions about what to do and why.