Moral Relativity: Where moral values come from?

Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2021 04:41 am
Where do moral values come from? Seeing as there really is only one possibility it's not rocket science. The physical world is meaningless in the absence of a biologically conscious subject/ read human being. It is this consciousness that bestows all meaning, all values upon the physical world. The religions/mythologies/superstitions have obtained what insights they do possess from this source. Think of all human creations as what they are, biological extensions, when they reflect back to you, don't believe it comes from a supernatural source, your ancestors created these things upon the knowledge of their day, which does not hold up today-- I got that directly from the talking snake's mouth.
Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2021 05:03 am
The problem with your statement is that you can't definitively prove it. No amount of HOPING what you say to be true necessarily means that it is true. You can put as much supposed evidence forward as you wish as well....it doesn't change a thing. You don't know enough to make such statements.

Also,man has no real understanding of consciousness....that is a FACT.

Also,how do you know there is only one source for morality ...once again you are guessing.

As you don't know where morality originates from other sources for morality hold just a much weight as your HOPEFUL views.

I think you need a reality check.
Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2021 08:56 am
Jasper, DUH!!!
Reply Wed 3 Feb, 2021 11:27 am
You are guessing...
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