Re: MD Re: Is Morality relative?

From: Platt Holden (
Date: Wed Dec 15 2004 - 12:47:25 GMT

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    Hi Horse,

    > . . .in order to state
    > that something is absolute one needs absolute knowledge.

    Is this not an absolute truth?

    > If something is
    > absolute then it is so in all possible worlds and at all times.

     Another absolute truth?

    > Given that
    > humans do not have this knowledge making such statements is pontless and
    > without meaning.

    So it's an absolute truth that making absolute statements is pointless and
    without meaning?

    > I suppose Platt will say that this is an absolute
    > statement but, given the above, this would be incorrect.

    Run that by mean again. I see two absolute premises and an absolute
    Pray, what am I missing?

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