Where The Air is Thin

once you have the high ground you can roll things down at your opponents (way better than throwing)



  • Port:
    • Moral relativism is the view that there are no universal moral rules. What is morally good in one context may be morally bad in another.
    • Often it is associated with the view that moral rules are dependent upon the traditions and convictions of a particular group of people.
  • Starboard:
    • So, are you claiming that no culture throughout history was ever morally wrong or misguide?
  • Port:
    • In debates on ethics the opponents of moral relativism have one of the easiest times claiming the moral high ground.

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