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marinara says...

thanks for making a good point. thank you.


In reply to this comment by braindonut:
It's a contentious point for me, discussing the topic of objective vs subjective morality, but I believe the author of this video doesn't fully grasp the topic.

The presentation of "objective morality" in this video is more like moral absolutism:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_absolutism

and while I'm linking to articles, this is worth looking at:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_universalism (moral objectivism)

A system of morality can be objective, while not absolute. Boiling morality to these two options does a major disservice to any discussion of the topic.

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