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I know. I am going to ask you again to be more articulate, if you want me to respond to whatever you think you're asking.
I don't seek to justify my worldview to others. Morality exists, it gives social creatures like us a survival advantage.
If that doesn't answer your question, be more specific.
No, the ultimate standard, if there is one, would be based on consensus of all moral minded individuals.
It's both. Society is a collection of individuals. The individual influences the greater society, and the greater society influences the individual.
But illogical answers unfortunately.
1. We all know that morality exists, what I am saying is that you cannot account for it in your worldview.
In mine it is easy, as it is a reflection of Gods character, but you have no basis for it as an atheist.
2. If an ultimate standard of morality is based on the consensus of all moral minded individuals, then who decides that they are moral minded?
Upon what standard do you judge them moral minded?
Again, you fail to see the vicious circular argument you wrap yourself up in...
3. So you are arguing it is consensual and individual? So who gets the final say, the consensus or individual?
They cannot both be equal...
That would be a contradiction, a logical contradiction.
So you see, you have no basis to explain the absolute morality you deny, but keep appealing to...