Alexander Thomson (2)

ConscienceSome individuals don’t have a conscience. This is an idea that developed over the last century, based mostly upon psychological observations of male inmates.

Peter Kreeft observed that granting consciences might differ, there remains an undeniable ethical absolute: by no means disobey your own conscienceā€. Of course one can intentionally select to disobey one’s personal conscience. But to do so is not without consequence. Indeed for some, one time disobedience can result in a lifetime of guilt. The cause for that is, while the conscience is fallible, it is authoritative. Where does its authority come from? For the same reasons as with morality, the conscience’s authority can’t come from evolution, nature, or culture (man); its only believable source is God.

it’s sociological as it depends on the society you are into, its morals and accepted values plus in fact you might have your personal consciousness to stability what you suppose …