MP argument - There is no universal truth about morality Argument 1 If morality is a manmade concept there is no absolute morality 2 There is no

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There is no universal truth about morality. Argument 1. If morality is a manmade concept there is no absolute morality 2. There is no absolute morality 3. Therefore morality is a manmade concept Objection 1. Morality is universal not absolute 2. Morality is not absolute 3. Therefore morality is universal 1. If moral subjectivism is true, then everyone is infallible about moral beliefs. 2. Not everyone is infallible about moral beliefs. 3. .’. Moral subjectivism is not true. Morals are a personal gauge of right and wrong What a person decides as morally right and morally wrong is down to their own ideals and principles To say that morality is objective is to say that notions of right and wrong are universal and fixed for all times. That is saying what is right and wrong today will be that way for all cultures and all time and are the same as they were in the past Some things that thought to be good in the past are now thought to be bad, making it purely subjective
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