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Post Reply Is there truly such a thing such as wrong and right?
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Posted 4/3/15
What do you guys think?
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Posted 4/3/15 , edited 4/3/15
Well... yes. But, this is where I also think of morals. I mean, what exactly are you asking? I'm alittle dumbfounded by this question lol. :c
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It doesn't matter.
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Am I a sociopath or is this normal, yes or no?
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Yes, there is . When it comes to manner and rules .. i supposed !
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I don't know.

Whereas there are reasons to believe there is, such as how we universally consider things like murder wrong, and stealing as detrimental, is there really a morality behind it? I cannot say. Especially with so many "exceptions", like during war, or in a sanctioned duel, or in the death penalty....

And it's not like there's some sort of divine retribution from it.

But think also believing in morality is important regardless of its veracity
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Posted 4/4/15
Notice my profile picture.

Embrace it's greatness.

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it depends on the society you live in. Adultry is wrong in our society but look back a few centuries. The shakers or something? Something from history class and open sex.
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Personally, I find the concept of right/wrong more a human creation, so as to judge, ultimately, the people everyone should like, and the people everyone should not like...If that makes any sense at all.

No, there is not a right or wrong, both were created by humans/religions to judge certain things. (Wow, I apologize for trying to explain twice and just coming up with vague answers XD)
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Societal norms... Created subjective morals... Exceptions to whether something is right or wrong, leading to inconsistencies, and making right and wrong very situational...

Sorry, did you want me to expand on these points?
Posted 4/4/15
Depends on the end result and conditions.
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Posted 4/4/15 , edited 4/4/15
Sort of. Right and Wrong are entirely based on the social norms of the time. Go back 50 years and we viewed right and wrong differently.
Posted 4/4/15
Yes and No, since it is subjective their is no absolute "right" or "wrong" however depending on the individual there can be things that fall into those categories however that too is intrinsically dynamic.

If we were to not exist (as humans) then the whole concept wouldn't exist since it's our creation and is only as real as we make it, well as far as I know it wouldn't.

So it does and it doesn't it just depends on the context of the situation.
Posted 4/4/15

bobangie wrote:

Well... yes. But, this is where I also think of morals. I mean, what exactly are you asking? I'm alittle dumbfounded by this question lol. :c


Same here. You're not alone!
Posted 4/4/15
Something would suggest common sense (if there is such a thing) that most adults should have. Rape, child molestation, etc. Some things ppl should know are wrong, and others depending on context. Robbery if done out of starvation for you or your child could be more ambiguous.. but some things.. are never right..

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There is no good or evil in the world. Both are merely labels that people use to indulge in their own actions and fantasies.

For example: I don't consider myself good or evil. That isn't for me to determine. I do what I feel is necessary and if people judge me for it, then that's the label they've chosen to give me. Most people call me a "good kid" while only my stepmother has called me evil (but she has hypocritical tendencies herself), so I guess I could be considered "good".

But, like I said, I don't care what other people label me as so long as I'm able to do what I can.
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