Originally Posted by Lord Kalthorn
Nah; nothing is absolutely true - just because nothing can be completely true doesn't mean there aren't levels of truth? So things can be more true than other things.
Killing Millions of people for the fun of it is wrong; doesn't mean its wrong all of the time - because 'for fun' is the situation which defines whether its right or wrong and Killing Millions of people can be right. Which means nothing can be completely and objectively wrong becuase nothing becomes that until it has a situation or a reason.
there CANNOT be levels of truth if there is no absolute truth.
because, without absolute truth, there would be no authority to show how true something is.
Killing millions of people For Fun is always wrong.
the For Fun part is included in that.
because "killing millions of people for fun" is always wrong, there can be things that are objectively and completely wrong.
besides, that was just an example.
if everything was relative, you couldnt say that ANYTHING is wrong.
survival would be no better than destruction, etc.