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Objective moral - 2006/05/23 08:18 Religions and it's leaders raise questions about what's right and what's wrong in terms of the morals of mankind, how should one judge this? Is there something as "Objective moral"? Who defines it? The state laws, rules and regulations? Messiah

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Re:Objective moral - 2006/09/18 13:56 I think your question is interesting and your Dossier touches the edge of the answer.

- "Life itself is in it's basic form a objective moral standard ("Murder is bad"). As humanity experience life subjective moral grow individually ("You shall not steal"). United groups of individuals create intersubjective moral standards ("We do not accept thiefs"). Ultimately if humanity as a whole concider moral values to be aligned with all individuals personal values, the objective moral standard of life get extended."

The chapter "7. The Light" may be interpreted as if you already had an answer and I get the impression that you asked the question here to challenge the forum readers ability to interpret it.

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