How much do morals vary from person to person?
Is the reason for the variance tied to specific cultures or social units?
Is it possible that there are more similarities than differences among all cultures or societies?
I was not trying to be argumentative. My questions are open for anyone to comment.
I can only speak for myself: I am not satisfied by either abstract metaphysical explanations nor clinical anthropological explanations. My idea that morals can be universal is only based on personal intuition. I have a feeling that most people would react the same way to certain evil acts.
abuse of children.
Morals are universals in which the only differences between cultures, or even that of people, are the presence of exceptions.
In other words the only place there are differences are where there are differences. Thankyou for your truistic contribution. I look forward to the surprise announcement that water is wet.