||[Jun. 13th, 2005|09:13 pm]
The Time to Talk Place to Talk.
Is morality Universal or Relevant?, explain your opinion. That is to say, is there a universal idea of what is good and what is bad, right and wrong? Or is morality relevant to the observer, such as what might seem right in this society, will seem wrong in another. I argue there is no such thing as a universal right or wrong, good or bad. Morality is based on one's own personal judgement. What I may think is right, you may think is wrong. Perhaps there is a fundemental universal perception of what is good and bad, right and wrong, and everything else is debatable acourding to ones personal morality? (Note: please don't confuse good-bad, right-wrong, with correct or incorrect, fact or fiction)|