Originally Posted by Direckshun
Having a morality and choosing whether to enforcing it onto others are two different things.
I'm asking him to explain his morality. Which he's refusing to. Because it will contradict himself.
The obvious solution is just to ****ing recant one of his two statements. Or admit there's a contradiction.
But I'm guessing he won't, because it's the Internet and where would we be if people were honest with themselves online.
Thanks to Cleveland Bronco, I don't have to explain as much. He hit the nail on the head. There is no contradiciton.
That being said, having morality and choosing to enforce it are two different things. You are correct. But choosing to not enforce them and believing we don't have an ethical obligation to not cause harm are NOT two different things.
You seem content to accept I don't have to choose to force my morals, yet you won't accept that I don't have to believe others are obligated to follow my morals. How are those things different?