Just Chat! / Re: Is there a universal moral standard?« on: 31/05/2023 22:43:52 »
The " Universal " part.You can expand the scope by space like that. You can also expand the scope by similarities.
If a whole city agrees & accepts it, then it becomes a City moral standard.
State moral standard.
Country/Nation moral standard.
Continental moral standard.
Planetary moral standard.
Interplanetary, Galactic, Intergalactic, Clusterial, Interclusterial, Observable universe & then finally " Universal Moral Standard ".
Let's start by individual moral standards. For the sake of the argument, assume that it's the smallest unit of consciousness where morality can be applied.
It can be expanded to siblings moral standards. Then clan's, tribe, race, species, genus, phylum, base chemicals, and finally universal moral standard. However you divide them, they will converge if their scope is expanded enough.
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