moralist Posted February 28, 2016 Share Posted February 28, 2016 9 hours ago, Brant Gaede said: Well, why not just say agree or disagree instead of larding on "subjectively"? ...because everyone is only capable of holding subjective opinions about the objective reality of moral law. Moral law cannot be altered by your opinion or mine or anyone else's for that matter. That's the working definition of the word "objective". Quote You seem only to want people interested to know your opinion without any real explanation for it. "Objective moral standard greater than myself" is only good for that, not the particulars. You summed it up very well, Brant. The description of my view is simple direct and clear. It's not up to me to try to convince you of anything. It's your own free choice whether you agree or disagree with what I said. That's your business, not mine. I use the consequences of my own life as the final judge of the quality of my own moral choices. It's your own choice whether or not to use yours. That's totally up to you, not me. Greg Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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