Making the Frogs Gay
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- Sep 1, 2019
Everyone believes in objective morality when it comes to whether or not someone stabs them 20 times.
I guess that's true. We do have laws against excessive force.
Unless it's war anyway. Then it's assumed you are trying to murder each other and nobody cares if it takes 20 stabs or 1 stab, no matter who is the defender or the agressive. I guess that's the funny thing about society, if somebody commits a crime, their actions will be judged and analyzed against some codified law. But if your society is at war, you can only do that if you win, and its on the victor's terms. War is almost like a last-ditch effort to get what you want, without any compromise, except death and destruction of course (but I don't think most humans care too much about that). Is war the absence of morality?