No; the point I was making was not about why people disagree about what is right or wrong, (epistemology)RickD wrote:And you've made your usual full circle, back to conflating ontology and epistemology.Kenny wrote:I didnt mean where do YOU draw the line, I ment where is the line to be drawn. You see; if I asked you and 3 other “moral objectivist” where is the line to be drawn, and everybody gives a different answer, thats subjective! This would tell me your answers are based on personal opinion, beliefs, and extenuating circumstances; agree?
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The issue is not about why people disagree about what is right or wrong(epistemology), but what makes something right or wrong(ontology).
It was not about what makes something right or wrong (ontology)
It was about why I believe what we call right or wrong is subjective; not objective. Do you see the difference in all of that?