Re: Everyone believes what is the case.
"Of those that are, that they are, of those that are not, that they are not."
That means that whatever someone believes is true for them. Suppose for example the fact that we sensate something as hot, while for others, not so much hot. Where is the right and wrong then?
This is an ancient paradox, but a solvable one.
A person places his hand in a bucket of ice, and then puts it in a bucket of lukewarm water. To him, the water feels hot. A second person places his hand in an oven, and then puts it in the same bucket of water. To him, the water feels cold. The paradox, presumably, is that the water cannot be both cold and hot at the same time. But that's no paradox at all. What is being felt by the two persons are sensations that are true as to them
, although they have different sensations of the same substance. In much the same way that a person who sees an object at a distance sees it as very small, whereas a person standing next to it will see it as very large, a single object can be the subject of numerous sensations.
In short, this is simply a point of view problem. That is not to say, however, that just because everyone has a unique point of view, that everyone is necessarily right
in their conclusions drawn from their points of view.
Of course, everything is right. And because of that, there is actually no such thing as right and wrong. If everything is right, then there is no wrong. And right cannot exist without wrong. And in following this, there is no such thing as the absolute right and wrong.
But there is such a thing as the subjective right and wrong. We are governed by rules. But those rules are just us.
Saying that there is a "subjective right and wrong" is an attempt to state a truth objectively
. I'm afraid that your position cannot withstand this fundamental contradiction.