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Morality is defined as what you personally think is "right" based on your own ethics and values, because of this, morality is very subjective, and everyone has their own moral guideline. And because it's very subjective, it would differ from culture to culture and person to person. Let's take North Korea for example, they don't find it immoral to break human rights laws, and treat their citizens very badly, whilst the rest of the world do think it's immoral. Does it mean that it's "right" to treat people really badly? Essentially, morality isn't what is objectively right, it's what is "considered" right, and we all know opinions are always going to differ, why do you think we're having this debate right now? Conflicting opinions. And opinions are the catalysts that form morals.
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