I mean, i always saw morality as a fundamentally basic optimization problem: Maximize happiness. While certainly that doesn't look exactly the same for everyone, there's a lot of commonalities. Basic needs, fulfillment, following passions, that sort of thing. To me, a lot of that is just good social structures to take care of basic needs and keep society running, and everyone being strong-minded enough to be true enough to themselves to really discover their passions without just falling in line or caving to social whims, while still being considerate enough of the whole to not pursue passions that would be destructive to the whole. There's going to be a cornucopia of edge cases of course, but that's kindof how i see the equation, which seems to certainly be, at least to some extent, compatible with the scientific process.
Of course, at some point, this requires people to self-actualize. I think a lot of people end up in a sort of mental survival mode, even, perhaps especially, the very very wealthy, where they just exploit exploit, breed breed, as much as they can, like dumb wild beasts. They get so caught up in survival, or "the game" that they forget how to be happy or to cultivate their soul with passions/exploration/learning/improvement. They get so caught up surviving they forget why they survive. For the very poor, this is understandable, and i think it's better for everyone if we can use social safety-net systems to get them past that mindset and join society as productive, self-actualized members. For the ultra wealthy, well, i think if affluenza is going to be a legal defense, then it should be considered a mental disorder that needs treating, same as any other, perhaps treated more aggressively. I honestly believe it's probably at least, and probably much more, destructive than something like ADD or OCD. They cause far more problems for the people around them, they're like a plague, taking and taking and taking, consuming consuming consuming, without ever cultivating a human soul. We need to treat these people, they are honestly sick and a danger to society as they are. They'd be happier, and they wouldn't cause so much misery to those around them.