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[–] eagleshigh [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I don't care what he said. I'm not him. That has nothing to do with the discussion.

Morality differs to the individual. Fact.

I have thought about meditation. One day.

He said that because anything is possible through God. Again, I am not perfect. Only those Two are perfect.

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[–] antiracist14 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago  (edited ago)

I don't care what he said.

You should. He is your moral teacher.

I'm not him. That has nothing to do with the discussion.

But you've run from all of the moral discussions.

Morality differs to the individual. Fact.

So tell me, "Bilbo_Swaggins was wrong."

So, "It is immoral to torture children," is simply an opinion?

https://www.google.com/search?q=moral+subjectivism

Moral subjectivism is a philosophical theory that suggests moral truths are determined on an individual level. It holds that there are no objective moral properties and that ethical statements are illogical because they do not express immutable truths.

https://www.google.com/search?q=moral+realism

Moral Realism is the meta-ethical view that there exist such things as moral facts and moral values, and that these are objective and independent of our perception of them or our beliefs, feelings or other attitudes towards them.

https://m.reddit.com/r/badphilosophy/comments/35vldu/yesterday_ancaps_pontificated_on_free_will_today/

  • Morals don't real because like not everyone acts morally all the time, duh.

  • If objective morality exists why can't you tell me where it lives?

  • I feel like a phil 101 prof could use a lot of these posts as instructive material.

  • Of the next person who tells me they believe morality to be subjective, I expect: 1) all of their stuff, because my morality doesn't recognize property rights, 2) complete subjection to my rule over them, because my morality doesn't recognize their personal sovereignty, 3) no bitching at all when I freely murder their loved ones, because see point 2

I have thought about meditation. One day.

Why not right now? And later today? And tomorrow and every day after? You really can't spare 2 minutes right now, and later tonight? 2 minutes because you're new to it. It'll be good for you. It will be good for your health. Do you care about my health? What if I'm a different race than you?

He said that because anything is possible through God. Again, I am not perfect.

So it is possible you can be perfect.

Only those Two are perfect.

Why do you say Two? Are They not One? What about the Holy Spirit? What about Mary?

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[–] eagleshigh [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

When I said I don't care what he said, meaning Bilbo_Swaggins. Not Jesus. Reading comprehension.

How many times do I have to tell you? I don't come here to talk about morals. My main reason for being here is talking about HBD, not fucking morals. All you do is slide threads into things that have nothing to do with the original thread.

Can you scientifically validate morals?

Like, for instance, a moral scale? Does one exist? Any studies?

For an example, Rushton found thay altruism is heritable through a Scale of Altruism, asking questions in regards to altruism. Does such a study or studies exist with morals thay give the same conclusion more than once?

You can try all of those.

Perfect example of all of your points is the current situation in Europe. Two different societies have different morals and values, therefor they cannot live together.

I have read a few studies on meditation. Haven't gotten around to it. I've been pretty busy lately.

I care about everyone's health, as that's my chosen field of interest, and my major. Cool if you're a different race, I care about helping people first and foremost. By helping those of other ethnicities, that will lower obesity/diabetic rates and will lead to a higher quality of life for everyone, and take a huge burden off of the tax payers. I know everyone here wants that.

Yea it's possible, but again, I am human. Jesus is a divine being. He is God who was made man. He is perfect, as are the Blessed Mother and the Holy Father.

Yes they are one. Yes the Holy Spirit as well. All 3 are one, but separate things. Yes there is evidence for this in the Bible.

Mary is the Blessed Mother as she birthed Jesus, she is perfect as well.

I must say, you do a great job of sliding discussion into something completely unrelated and into something you know about.

Try to stay on topic. This thread is about race being a social construct, not morals.

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[–] Bilbo_Swaggins 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I love how he brings up my take on it as if for some inconceivable reason you and I are supposed to agree on literally everything.

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[–] antiracist15 1 points 1 points (+2|-1) ago 

I don't care if you guys agree. Which one of you is right?

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[–] eagleshigh [S] 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

This place is a hive mind where everyone thinks the same. Just because we agree on race realism, must mean we agree on everything.