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There are no objective moral truths

When it comes to questions of morality, most people would agree that there are only subjective truths; this is because morality is viewed as intimately personal. It is difficult to conceptualize that there is one truth which is objectively moral. This brings me to ask if an objective moral truth can exist. Would an objective moral truth be one which is agreed to be moral by every single human being? This draws another question: if everyone agreed a moral truth to be true, would it be an objective moral truth?

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  • Mar 25 2013: Object and subject..... Is What we claim to be objectivity really subjectivity with the least amount of bias possible. Would the best representation of an object be the sum of all subjects observing? Just to better help with this discussion.

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