if a mind can conceive a notion and then a positive conclusion about it, what word could one then use to describe that? whatever the word it would end up the same as "good" and "right".
how can justice be defined without first having concepts like right/wrong and the words that label those subjective concepts?
there is nothing wrong with killing ourselves, how can there be? but for those that simply think it is wrong then it is.....one reason is..... and i bring this up not becasue it's well thought out but because i think it's an interesting thought...... they(everyone) are a constuct of the universe and so when any of us speak we speak from that authority. if i can conceive it it's only because the universe allows it and since i am a mere "tool" if you will, of the universe then my thoughts orginate from the universe and although my thoughts appear to you as subjective, they are actually just a selection from objective choices presented by the universe.
and thus i am fully right to think i am "right".
if X in fact eqates to Y. that is an objective statement.
if the universe says there is nothing right or wrong about suicide but merely presents the choice "to be =X or not to be=Y" then they are equal to each other in that regard. they both have a super postion where both are both right and wrong. the universe is saying to the thing that could engage such a choice, that whether it is right or wrong is up to another part of the universe, that very thing that contemplated it to begin with.
Edited by layman, 23 June 2015 - 02:28 AM.