You can go after Iran for the Proxy wars without blowing up the agreement.
You have even cited the evidence
Hey, Howard, you know me -- I'm not a fundamentalist! I was just asking to try to understand what you were saying...
1. I had a fish. It died in less than 2 weeks. Does that make me a bad pet owner?
*quickly pens down rough draft of ideas of how to piss off gibbs.
So? That's not condoning slavery...learn your definitions. Go ahead and grab it...
where are those foot steps?
The question seems to center on the issue of what "most" people think are objective moral standards. "Most" being a category that excludes sociopaths, who by definition do not have a conscience as the term normally connotes - so they don't count. For the rest of us, as others have already said, the question could be framed as: "Name one instance where the violent rape and/or outright premeditated murder of a child is not immoral". Since we've excluded sociopaths, among them "Satanist" and drug cults, etc., I think every non-sociopath would reply, "Of course there is no way in which such a violation/murder is not immoral". Would this not indicate that, among the non-sociopathic population, that there is an objective moral standard, whether or not it comes from simple human empathy or divine mandate?
Sure it has. Populations diverge, small changes add up to the populations.
Guilty pleasure. I actually like a lot of Yanni's music. great for studying or other things that require a zen like state.
Ayn Rand had to redefine selfishness to not include the concept "in excess."
"And no, most women do *not* like to be referred to as a "dude". Thanks."
Not even close, and trust me no one is trying to "impose" other views on you. Imposing would require a little help, like say the law....
I am not playing your goalpost shift son