>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
>Objective morality: a system for telling which actions are moral.
>Moral: the quality of actions in keeping with objective morality.
Eh? Try this: The moral question asks "What should everyone do?"
Thus, a given moral code is a system for telling which action(s) we should do. Morality answers the moral question defined above.
Subjective morality is a system that answers the moral question in such a way that the answer depends on who asks.
Objective morality is a system that answers the moral question in such a way that the answer does not depend on who asks.
-GIVE ME IMMORTALITY OR GIVE ME DEATH-