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This sounds like quite the subjective view on morality whereas morality is not subjective. Morality is objective.
Morality can not be subjective without logically progressing to the nonexistence of any true morality.
So, with Morality equals right plus intent. I'd say this is a false statement because it starts with a few "rights" I don't feel exist outside the confines of a social contract or a religion. There are no rights that exist that are not given unless they are based in an absolute morality understanding. If it's a right, it must be based on something objective. As far as intent goes, I would put that more towards ethics. Here I define morality as determining whether an action is right or wrong. I define ethics as the conflict between two moral absolutes.
rocks are not immoral nor moral.. no intent
so are you saying there is a right that is immoral?
Morality can not be simply right plus intent because rights are determined through moral reasoning. They are only inherent insomuch as the right is based in moral absolutism.
lies are complicated by separation and true is simple now as one
you dont make sense
Introducing a complex equation to prove what math is is unnecessary? On the contrary, that sounds like the definition of a mathematical proof. I didn't make anything more complex than it needed to be. Morality is as complex a subject as one exists. I would say, and I would guess anyone reading a debate on the subject would also say, that it is definitely more complex than "morality= right+intent." Based off my previous rounds, I think I've demonstrated that.
"Lies are complicated by separation and true is simple now as one"
I'm not quite sure how this statement addresses anything in this debate.
"You don't make sense."
I don't think you've shown that this statement is valid here.
"Abortion is moral because human nature is complicated by the machine."
I'd say this statement, irrespective of the morality of abortion, is probably as sound as it is clear in its message.
Though, I'm still not sure entirely what it is your original position was, I think having made an attempt to clarify your position as well as address its flaws still stands.
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