Huh? Where? Do you expect me to guess?You are equivocating here.
I don't know of any absolute "good" or "evil". It's possible to attain consensus among all minds who make moral distinctions, but I would not call that a moral absolute, because it is subject to consensus, which could be lost at any time.But let us follow your argument to its logical conclusion.
If morality is subjective, then there is no absolute "good" or "evil".
Each person is only truly accountable to themselves, unless they volunteer accountability to other people, or systems (real or imaginary).There is nothing absolutely "wrong", because two subjective opinions on morality, would both have equal authority.
Moral authorities vary in type and influence. We have different types of moral authorities. Most of them are based on consensus, moderated by social mechanisms, and ruled by force. The authorities are far from equal.
Yes. Have you read much about philosophy?So with that in mind, nothing is wrong of itself.
Do you understand where your own reasoning leads you, have you ever considered and thought through what you are saying?
It's a premise. Do you accept that premise?If morality is a merely subjective construct of society, then nothing is absolutely wrong or absolutely right.
This is your argument.
I can try again to demonstrate how morality is subjective, but all I can do is rephrase it.
There is a much more interesting argument about comparing different moral systems, but if you think there is one moral system with absolute moral authority, arguing about it with you would be one sided.