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re: thanks and thank you
Aug. 24th, 2003   6:28am

The reason I didnít bring it up is that few people are willing to accept moral conclusions from other people unless A. the other person has earned their respect or B. the conclusion is based on a common moral framework (i.e Christianity, Judaism, Islam, etc.)

Trying to discus the morality of a certain action or choice with someone you barely know who shares no common moral framework with you is pretty much like discussing two completely different pictures, each person looking at one, but not the other. Thatís not to say that morality is relative, it isnít, but people tend to stick with what they have, especially if theyíve already had to fight for the choices theyíve made.

Danny Carlton

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