Sculptor wrote: ↑Fri Aug 07, 2020 8:21 am
Veritas Aequitas wrote: ↑Fri Aug 07, 2020 5:21 am
Sculptor wrote: ↑Thu Aug 06, 2020 9:17 pm
The fact that I do not want you to shoot me in the face is purely subjective, idiot.
You are contradicting yourself again.
The moral rule re killing is;
"no human ought to kill another human."
But here is evidence, you do not want to be killed by another human.
Thus you agree with the above moral rule,
which contradict your above,
"As far as it being subjective, that only requires people to disagree with any or all moral rules
Show me evidence where a normal
person in a 'normal' situations who had volunteered to be killed by another human?
1) Define Normal
Clearly the codisil "normal" which you have not defined, is a case of "depends", Making your rule the subject
of a set of further criteria; in other words subjecive and relative.
First there is nothing absolutely-absolute within reality, thus no absolute 'normal'.
In consideration of 'normal' we have to deliberate whatever the variable within certain principles.
Note the meaning of normal i.e. average.
1.1An amount, standard, level, or rate regarded as usual or ordinary.
A number expressing the central or typical value in a set of data, in particular the mode, median, or (most commonly) the mean, which is calculated by dividing the sum of the values in the set by their number.
Do you understand the Principles of the Normal Distribution.
Those within the 1% percentile on each side are obviously not 'normal' relatively to the rest of the population.
As for the rest of percentile, 5%, 10% we have to deliberate them in terms of contexts.
What is 'normal' in a Normal Distribution is the average defined above.
Note in the case of 'normal' situations, I am referring to ordinary situations where warfare is not permanent norm of humanity and note warfare can be prevented. Soldiers going to war do not 'want' or desired to be killed except expect they could be killed in their duty.
In the case of euthanasia at present, there is always some reason for it, usually related to some terminal disease or unavoidable incurable pain.
In terms of the above definitions,
Euthanasia and Warfare are not 'normal' acts and situations.
Show me the evidence where any human would volunteer to be killed by another without any justified reason?
If you think there are any, upon analysis, it is likely the person would be suffering from some mental issues within DSM-V.