Every woman in the world knows the difference between an act of voluntary love and rape. One of the best things in life - and one of the worst. Physically, the same event. What's the difference? Why, coercion is the difference, disregard for the freedom of choice. The cultural circumstances may be dramatically different, and a woman in one culture would not give her consent when a woman in another would - but both know perfectly well when it happens without their consent. And know it is wrong, to put it mildly.
That's an axiom to you. To me, that's absolute rubbish as there's no evidence for it by definition.Axiomatically. You have a moral system pivoted on the freedom of choice - that's what you get. "Do not onto others..." Nobody "wishes" to be coerced, by definition.
English language does exist objectively, and is a smashing success, as lingua franca of our times. It doesn't mean, of course, that everyone in the world speaks English - or wants to.
As for all the other people...Who knows, we may be zombies, or robots, or - how about that? - spurious figments of your imagination.
Quite some imagination you've got there. So, only 90% jokingly, do you think you are God?
Mt. Rushmore: Three surveyors and some other guy.
Life goes on within you and without you. -Harrison
Hear the echoes of the centuries, Power isn't all that money buys. -Peart
After you learn quantum mechanics you're never really the same again. -Weinberg
Morality is the rules that a the members of a particular society are expected to abide by; and of course there are many moral systems for different societies. I remember reading about one such society that an anthropologist studied one of the values of that society was being able to steal without getting caught. This gets into the concept of Orange and Blue morality where the moral values are seemingly illogical or abhorrent or perhaps just odd.
Blue and Orange Morality - Television Tropes & Idioms
An Enlightened Master is ideal only if your goal is to become a Benighted Slave. -- Robert Anton Wilson