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Because relativism does not provide a standard through which to discriminate among different moral actions. You could analyze a moral and conclude it is logically sound, and subjectively "true", but then you would have no reason to prefer it over another.

The problem you have is trying to build a bridge from philosophy to theory, however your arguments and logic itself are pure nonsense. Its like trying to build a house of cards without a table underneath. You think that by talking in circles and performing semantic gymnastics you can dazzle people into accepting what you have to say as having some kind of weight, rather than just being a fancy way of saying basically the same very simple thing over and over.

"Right" and "Wrong" are relative values based on a particular goal or aim. If you are trying to get to California, it would be "right" to take a bus to LA, and it would be "wrong" to sit in your house on your couch doing nothing.

Morality is generally accepted to be classifications of "right" and "wrong" as it pertains to a particular society or culture's set of laws and/or customs. "Good" and "Evil" are likewise relative to a particular outcome. If you are fighting a war, then the enemy is generally considered "evil" because they intentionally seek to destroy you, your way of life, etc. However, the "enemy" changes depending on which side you are on - likewise the "good" and "evil" changes as well.

Being unable to see something as simple as this cannot be covered up by 10 billion books filled with fancy arguments, hollow logic, circular reasoning, etc. etc. Its a very simple kind of equation, like 1 + 1 = 2. You can fantasize and fictionalize all kinds of scenarios in which that does not make sense, is not true, yet it will never change the simple basic facts involved.

Ignorance is a state of mind with the predominate activity of ignoring that which is. They say it is bliss.

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