I turned on the TV a few years back and there was Bill O’Reilly going absolutely insane.
A new study had shown a dramatic increase in cheating among high school and college students. The young lady he had on as a guest repeatedly said that she saw nothing wrong with cheating if it was going to help her get ahead in a highly competitive professional world.
Flabbergasted with his inability to reason with this college-aged student about something to him so perfectly self-evident---that cheating is "wrong"---he cried out in exasperation to the psychologist who was also on his show, “Why is this happening? Doctor, you’re the expert, explain what is going on!”
Here's a question worth discussing: Can we teach this young woman that she is the chance product of a material universe in which morality, in the sense of something higher than personal or societal preference, is ultimately an illusion, and at the same time try to convince her that she must be moral and that cheating is "wrong"? You tell me.