*On what bases do we object to other actions?
*Does majority opinion make morals absolute?
*would it be immoral of me to reject the consensus of the people if no absolutes moral law existed?
*is subjective morality binding for me?
*If I murder someone, do others have the right to prosecute me for a crime?
Assume that there is no Objective Moral Law, how would you answer these questions? Suppose I did murder, and you either attempted to stop me or desire to charge me for a crime. If I decide my morality then any attempt to stop me would be an attempt to stop goodness because to me alone murder would be good and for others to charge me with a crime would imply they are against goodness since all it takes is my belief that my actions are good, even if they try to stop me. How is that logical or livable? Without an objective standard to compare and evaluate the value and worth of actions then on who's or what authority does anyone have to contradict me? If morality is ultimately subjective, then if I conclude within myself that X is right and then I do X, that alone makes it right, but suppose someone disagrees with me. On what grounds does this person judge or object to my actions? Humans are not perfect, we are flawed and make dozens of mistakes, not only so, we are finite and ignorant on many things, so why would any one person have authority based on subjectivity to criticize my actions? If everyone had their own subjective morality then to object to someone elses set of values presupposes a different and other standard then yourself to which you compare any person's actions to in order to judge its moral status. But no one person is that good that a single person or a group of people can be the ultimate authority to which morality is based.
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