[MUD-dev] Fun in Games
johnbue at msn.com
Sat Apr 27 23:31:32 New Zealand Standard Time 2002
Ron Gabbard writes:
> Side Note: Webster's Dictionary defines 'evil' as 'morally bad,
> wrong'. Thus, 'evil' (and by default, 'good') are relative terms
> relating to degree of adherence to societal norms and values.
Observation about Side Note: Your understanding of 'good' and 'evil'
is consistent with moral relativism, which is exactly what you
describe. There is another understanding of 'good' and 'evil' which
is that of moral absolutism, where 'good' and 'evil' are defined by
absolutes that are unchanged by societal norms and values. Which
morality Webster was referencing is anybody's guess.
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