universal moral values

I don’t think there is a universal moral values. A moral value, according to the dictionary, is the instrumental value of responsibility reveals itself as the significance of existence of responsibility. There may be a moral value for someone in some places, but there are no universal moral values. Different people on different country lived under different culture has there own moral values. Maybe something for you is right but it might be totally wrong for another.

7 thoughts on “universal moral values”

    1. From the beginning of time there are things that lead to death or to life, and people who choose to do something to have them end alive, consider it to be good, but those, who have died can’t say that they did a bad decision, so this is how we build understanding of things which are right and which are bad. However, it doesn’t mean that we going to do something every time (Cause it can bring sooner death). It is not about us deciding on something is good, but about those who survive by doing right thing being able to share what they have don’t. Dead people, wouldn’t force you to believe that jumping into fire pit is a right thing, or etc.

  1. I totally agree with you that there is no universal moral value due to where and how people live. Do you have any specific exapmle of one place has thire own moral value but another place doesn’t ?

  2. I agree with you that the idea of moral values depends on who you are and where do you come from. I think you can give more examples and explanation to your blog post but good job

  3. As a matter of fact, obsessive moral values cannot exist even for a group of people, because one way or another, even two people cannot have 100% the same opinion about everything

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