A common theistic claim is that atheism has no basis for morality, and that a basic morality must be determined by God for it to exist. There are instances in secular fields such as Biological Altruism and Secular Morality which present a morality that seems to coalesce without a divine basis.
What is Judaism's stance regarding morality? the Torah would be a basic moral document provided by God to Man, and before it was given God communicated His will to Man and dealt with morality (See for example Gen. 4 and 6).
Does Judaism believe in the possibility of the development of moral standards found in the Torah, that is different rights and wrongs as defined in the Torah such as not murdering, giving charity etc, independently of God or His Torah?