My Thoughts On Moral Relativity
I do not think there is a universal absolute morality. However, I do think there is a basis for morality for humans. All humans are restricted by three constructs: pain, death, and our genes. We can build up a tolerance to pain and can even learn to fight our primal urges, but, ultimately, death is the only construct that cannot be tampered with. For humanity, a morality using those 3 constructs as a basis is logically sound and anything not based on them is illogical.
For example; trying to avoid pain, death, and causing other humans pain or death would would be a simple form of morality that has logical ground based on the human condition.
This kind of morality is easily extended to non-human species who also have genetic predispositions, feel pain, and die.
Before humanity can have a conversion on morality they must have some point to start from. I posit that the different kinds of human moral systems can be judged on how moral they are based on the criteria shown above.
So what do you think?