When did that happen?Except that you have failed to prove your argument. Unlike me.
You should write a paper, you apparently solved a long-time issue amongst the philosophy community. I can't believe I missed such a major milestone in the advancement of mankind which occurred right in front of me.
Talking about morals that apply to themselves or actions that apply to themselves?Whether one is talking about themselves/an individual or society in general. I would think this would be obvious.
As far as I see, somebody made a claim that something was immoral and your response was that morality was relative. I have to assume that you were either debunking their point or trying to spark an unrelated philosophical debate. Clearly, if you believe morality is relative and you believe it's appropriate to speak their mind on morality, you would simply note their opinion but would have no reason to point out that their opinion is their opinion unless it being their opinion was somehow a detriment. Which, of course, is impossible, because all morals are just opinions. Unless you think all morals are bad.Because some folks seem to believe that morality is universal. Which it is not.
This is getting hard to follow.
Do you believe our marriage laws are moral for a societal perspective? How about a personal perspective?To some individuals and to certain areas of society.