Discuss the idea of moral insecurity (why we are good and challenges to traditional morality)

I need two short answers from the given reading. (325 words each answer) 1. Why does Jonathan Glover argue that we will preserve our humanity even if the social, cultural, religious foundations of our belief in a moral law begin to erode (i.e self-interest, reciprocal altruism, moral resources)? 2. Discuss the idea of moral insecurity (why we are good and challenges to traditional morality) and the challenge to morality posed by Friedrich Nietzsche (how did we kill God and what is the consequence for morality) and why was he hopeful about the “death of God”?. Glover, D. (2001). Humanity: A moral history of the 20th century (pp. 1-7). New Haven: Yale University Press. Glover, D. (2001). Humanity: A moral history of the 20th century (pp. 18-25). New Haven: Yale University Press. Glover, D. (2001). Humanity: A moral history of the 20th century (pp. 11-17). New Haven: Yale University Press. Nietzsche, F. (1998). Twilight of the idols (Large, D. Trans.) (pp 26-32). OUP Oxford. (Original work published 1889).

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