Can Science Demonstrate Racism or Genocide is Morally Wrong?

While I’m with you on the thrust, I disagree with this statement. My thinking on this has been impacted by Sam Harris’s work and I urge you to read “the moral landscape.” Science can, and I think should, become the ultimate arbiter of what is moral and immoral, because if it ever becomes possible to measure suffering and happiness, opportunity and hardship, it will be science that accomplishes that. I think that science should absolutely force upon ourselves and our colleagues moral questions about what/how/why we are doing, every step of the way. I think the construction of separation between science and fields like moral philosophy is what led to things like the human zoos, the tuskegee syphilis experiments, and so on.