Re: MD Intellectual Art (Dynamic Morality)

From: johnny moral (
Date: Wed Apr 02 2003 - 18:05:02 BST

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    Hi Steve,

    We still use "more moral" the same way though, because when you say
    something is "more moral" you are presumably asserting that most people
    would agree with you about what to choose, at least once you've had a chance
    to explain your understanding of the situation, right? If you didn't care
    about what most people thought, why bother getting anyone's sanction about
    it being moral, why bother to make the assertion at all?


    >From: Steve Peterson <>
    >To: <>
    >Subject: Re: MD Intellectual Art (Dynamic Morality)
    >Date: Tue, 01 Apr 2003 18:11:54 -0500
    >Hi Johnny,
    > > It's just the definition of moral, that's all.
    >It's your definition of moral, anyway. I'm glad you put it that way. I
    >think I finally understand what you are saying.
    >I think that when the rest of us on the list say that that some choice is
    >more moral than something else, we mean it is better to make that choice.
    >It will still be difficult to communicate with you, but at least now I know
    >the key to translating your statements.

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