All experiments, as contexts through which a series of relations are observed and given boundaries, are phenomena in and of themselves with the phenomena as strictly a localization of one set of realities (out of 1 total reality in and of itself) that in itself is a context.
The definition of "phenomena" or "context" effectively exist as dependent upon one another, where relativistically we can observe each definition directed to another definition to another definition ad-infinitum through a progressive recurssion in which each foundational axiom exists through a progressive variation as it moves towards another.
This nature of "context/phenomena/framework/etc." as axioms exist through a progressive replication as a variation of one axiom. In these respects we are left with "all" being an extension of one source. This applies directly to morality, through the golden rule, in which this universal "cycle through reciprocation" is approximated through many moral choices such as worship/property ownership/murder/etc. that while percievable seperate still exist as grades of a universal moral law grounded in "circularity" that is observed in a constant form under a continually new variation.
From these respects, we are left with the foundations of a sound ethical theory grounded in a universal axiom of "space" conducive to not just the golden rule observed in many cultures, or moderation as the cycling of two extremes into one (means as the synthesis of two extremes), but simultaneously a reflection into the older cultures anthropormization of sphere/sun worship or the current paradigm of "atomic relativism" grounded in both cycles and alternation of phenomenon.