• Morality is conditional

    If morality was unconditional, we would need to come up with a reason to justify that proposition. Morality is not a material object, we cannot point to it in the material sense the same way we cannot point to numbers, but it may exist in a platonic reality. Additionally, if morality was universal, every individual and/or culture would have the same moral values, which of course is not the case.

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