Eliezer S. Yudkowsky, <firstname.lastname@example.org>, writes:
> I think I can now extract the basic point of contention:
> Subjectivist: If there were an objective morality, I would have found it
> by now.
I don't agree. The real question is whether there is any meaning to the term "objective morality". I don't know a definition which avoids circularity.
Objective morality: a system for telling which actions are moral. Moral: the quality of actions in keeping with objective morality.