There is no universal moral truth. Our experiences and preferences shape our sense of how to behave.

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There is insufficient evidence for objective moral truth. On reflection, our views of right and wrong are inextricably linked to what sort of people we want to be, our past experiences, and the cultural norms of the times.


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Regan Jones 3 years  ago

A persons belief of what they want to be is going to be based on the environment in which they were raised. We make decisions based on our belief system which was highly affected by the surrounding culture. True Truth is not an idea perceivable by man.

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Tom Manning 3 years  ago

In the absence of objective moral truth, formulating commandments (that by definition are universally applicable) is an exercise in futility.

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Tom Manning 3 years  ago

In the absence of objective moral truth, formulating commandments (that by definition are universally applicable) is an exercise in futility.

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