Author's Bias | Interpretation: conservative


My country and nationality tell me...

What are the implications of a relative moral standard?

Any moral statement of what is right or wrong implies the existence of a legitimate authority who has the power of setting the moral standard.

In a society of relative moral values,

each individual has the authority to set their own moral standard.

Series: Where did we get morality from?
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Series: Where did we get morality from?
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