Re: Property and life

Michael S. Lorrey (
Fri, 15 Jan 1999 13:40:38 -0500

Samael wrote:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael S. Lorrey <>
> >
> >Yes, you are correct EXCEPT in denying the existence of zero, a natural
> moral
> >fixed point within the moral space continuum from which all others can
> relate
> >and which binds the moral continuum to real behavior in the real universe.
> Even
> >in relativity space there are absolutes, like the speed of light, the
> Planck
> >length, etc...
> Where is this zero, how do we find it. What does it derive from. How do we
> observe it. With the speed of light, there are observations and
> meausurements we can make, not so with morals.

How do you know unless you have tried? Using my earlier definition of objective morality, it would be relatively easy. First off, you need to theorize that it might, in fact, exist.

Can you do that?

Mike Lorrey