But unless you've figured out how to step into my body, and see my mind, perspectives, perceptions, and understand my views, you cannot know, without doing your own.Because that is what you did. The only way we know anything about you is from what you say here on CARM.
So if they adhere to their own then the Holocaust is only wrong to you right? Are you okay with imposing your morality on others?They adhere to their own.
We each define our own moral standards.
In general, we do. In any specific situation the people involved do and they do so based on their specific needs/wants/goals.
Ah, an example of the subjective nature of morality.
Not necessarily, no. Just because some people don't view the holocaust as wrong doesn't mean they view it as perfectly moral.Not all, correct. Since so it's perfectly moral to them.
Depends on the details. As a single person with an opinion, no. As a government trying to create a prosperous and happy society, yes.So would you impose your morality on them?
Why try to impose morality on anyone? If what they think is peculiar but to act on it is not illegal, then they are eccentric, that's all. If to act on it is illegal, then they have the choice of whether to suffer legal consequences or not. In no situation does one need to impose one's morality on anyone else.Not all, correct. Since so it's perfectly moral to them. So would you impose your morality on them?
The judgment that the holocaust was wrong is a popular judgment which is shared by arguably most people alive today. -Popularity doesn't make an idea correct or incorrect however, just that its popular.So if they adhere to their own then the Holocaust is only wrong to you right?
In what way? Can you imagine a situation where there might be a need for my moral values to be imposed on anyone?Are you okay with imposing your morality on others?