[FoRK] interesting electoral concept
Gregory Alan Bolcer
greg at bolcer.org
Wed Aug 31 16:18:44 PDT 2011
On 8/31/2011 4:09 PM, Damien Morton wrote:
> So you acknowledge a plurality of moralities.
> Maybe you can also acknowledge the evolution of that plurality of moralities?
> Not saying there aren't certain traits we see over and over again.
> Look to nature and you see legs on a lot of living things, sometimes
> 2, sometimes 4, but legs on most land-based animals in the 1e-1 to
> 1e6g weight range. Except for snakes, snails, worms, (others?).
> So lets talk some moral specifics.
> Can you give an example of a moral that you consider absolute?
> On Wed, Aug 31, 2011 at 7:00 PM, Gregory Alan Bolcer<greg at bolcer.org> wrote:
>> Granted, and they have. QED.
>> On 8/31/2011 3:51 PM, Damien Morton wrote:
>>> Just as the relatively absolute laws of physics and rules of logic
>>> lead to an incredible variety of forms of life, whose purpose is to
>>> continue to exist, I assert that they also lead to a variety of
>>> moralities, whose purpose is also to continue to exist.
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