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morality is guided by objective so even thou subjective still absolute, like 1+1
Choices + ethics - determination = morality
Morality is love, morality is choices. It's not intent or right, but choices that blend with ethics / square root of love x the power of ethical distribution within society .
love is unknown
without right, or intent, morality can not exist
deadly poisonous mushroom=immoral to give to my starving kid
healthy apple=moral to give to my starving kid
like a default, morality is determined by cause and effect
Morality cannot be defined as right + intent because morality is polar opposite from being right becasue right is based on perception and morality cannot be right because it is always subjective
Ethics + choices = morality
Ill eat your mushroom and spit out unicorn rainbows
right and wrong are reasoning.. mostly based on objective
is math wrong becasue its subjective?
your problem beyond not having adreassed my equation which makes you not a con and unable to win is that you do not need ethics to be moral.. netiher do you need love
You cannot reason and be objective but subjective which is perception, not being inherently right. Morality cannot be defined as right+ intent because one cannot be right as right is open to change which is defined by ethical and cultural standards / square root and power of Popsicle
Jesus can move a stone with his mind, so he is objectively right by perceptions in culture in context to the poison mushroom
if right can not exist morality can not exist
and there is still absolutes of the mind, only fantasy has no logic in it, imagination
i have to imagine Jesus, Jesus might be nothing but a story, subjective. which i know he is.. but different debate
The entire debate is right + intent = morality. You have to show how that formula is true
not to mention you cant add words
maybe but not in that sense
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Vote Placed by Emilrose 1 year ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Pro failed to affirm his resolution and *show* how 'right+intent=morality'. Instead, he spoke purely from subjective opinion and only offered a few small sentences of argument. While pro elaborated a little more and argued how morality necessarily about 'right' and 'wrong' and that it is essentially subjective. He also highlighted how the resolution is, in fact, inherantly flawed.
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