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Gerald, you're going about this all wrong. Rather than debating the absoluteness or relativeness of good and evil, first demonstrate the existance of good and evil.
I'll let you take a shot at that. Then I'll point out where you went wrong. :)
It's common mistake, it's based on something that almost everyone wrongly assumes to be fact.


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I'd like to think I am a C character.

However, defining good and evil is rough. Mostly because evil is doing something that is morally wrong, which begs the question of what set of morals we're dealing with.

What's evil in one culture could theoretically be accepted behavior somewhere else.


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Hmm. I think you just lost me. Are you suggesting that systems of belief are "a priori" in that you can come to believe in them by thinking about it (like 2 + 2 = 4 to quote the Wikipedia?) I thought you were agnostic. :?


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