Originally Posted by Miburo
Yeah, that's pretty much around as far as I can get. Only way I can define an objective morality is by keeping it pretty vague. Once I try to add specifics or details then it starts falling apart. = /
There is no reason for it to suddenly fall apart. If we want to start declaring actions wrong or right such as "thou shalt not have sex before marriage," then things will fall apart. A morality isn't less objective if it is more contextual. As long as their is a supreme principle that governs it, which is rationally achieving your values, than the morality is objective. If there are right and wrong options in every situation, than a morality can be derived. Narrowing down those options to find the best is a matter of time and effort.