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Author Topic:   A personal morality
sidelined
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Message 133 of 196 (393913)
04-08-2007 11:56 AM
Reply to: Message 129 by Neutralmind
04-08-2007 11:15 AM


Re: Talkin' 'bout my morality...
Neutralmind

If I knew that morality was subjective and so I wouldn't be any worse of a human for behaving immorally, I would behave more immorally.

But how do you decide which behaviours are immoral and have these

The affects they have on other people.
The affects they have on me.
The affects they have on God.

as guidelines when the first two are subjective and the third ain't giving us his opinion.
Perhaps you might clarify for us which effects you are speaking of?

Edited by sidelined, : No reason given.


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