Kenny wrote:RickD wrote:Kenny wrote:RickD wrote:kenny wrote:
Human rights are laws of the land. Laws of the land are objective
How are laws of the land objective? What makes them objective?
Laws state what is legal and what is not legal. If the law says “X” is legal, it doesn’t matter if you or I agree it is still legal. It can be demonstrated/proven as legal by reading details of the specific law in question
I asked what makes them objective. You didn't answer that. Legality does not equal objective.
Of coarse it does.
http://www.differencebetween.net/langua ... ubjective/
Laws are written down. As the above definition alludes, you can verify the facts concerning a law by looking them up. This makes laws objective.
If I'm understanding you correctly, you're saying that laws are objective because they're written down?