I was skimming the forum when I noticed a question in a post asking "How would you explain morals to someone who might not have them?"
It kind of gave me a pause.
One of the responders (A.V. Koshy) responded that he's never heard of a society of people that does not have some kind of moral guideline whatever they may be.
And this is true, every society or coming together of humans has some kind of "Moral" agreements made within them (even if it's begrudging agreements to ensure ones own personal safety or the survival of the group or some odd morals established by an unknown source)
The issue then with describing "Morals" is that they are entirely subjective.
There is no such thing as "Good" or "Evil" thereby leaving there to be really no such thing as "Morals" that one can properly establish.
How then can we describe morals to *someone else* when technically they *don't exist*
It's like trying to explain God to someone who has no God. There's this mythical set of rules that people are asked to follow for no other reason then "Because sometimes, for the greater wh*** it's a good idea, depending on if that's the morals you prescribe to"
even to one another how can we explain morals? What are your morals? Can you convince me that somehow they're universal?