- Well, you asked "how do we", not "how should we", so that makes it a wee bit easier to answer. I think we all grow up looking to our surrounding community (most notably the parents, if they're around much) to straight up tell us what is right or wrong, so mostly what makes something right or wrong in our eyes is just a combination of appeal to authority or appeal to popularity. Then later we may think about it more critically or try to make up models based on what we've believed so far to be right or wrong. Nullahnung (talk) 14:09, 22 May 2014 (UTC)
Where do we get it?
I have been looking around and when I saw this a question came to mind. How do we tell what's right and wrong? Who decides it? Where did the idea of right and wrong come from? What give us the right to force it on others?リムルテンペスト 23:27, 3 August 2017 (UTC)